If the horse suffers from a stomach ulcer, this usually becomes apparent when it no longer reaches its original performance level. Because of the stomach pain, the horse is not ready to perform at its full potential. It is
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What should I pay attention to when riding if my horse has been diagnosed with an ulcer?
How can I bring my horse back to its original performance level after an ulcer?
Getting your horse back to its original performance level can be a long process. You should first find the causes that have caused your horse's stomach problems and the associated loss of performance, and work to eliminate them as a trigger for your horse's peptic ulcer. Once you have the stomach ulcer and its causes under control, you can slowly start working on your horse again. It is important to show the horse that working under the saddle is fun. A varied training, in which you set the emphasis differently, will motivate your horse more than if you ride him exclusively in the hall. Challenge your horse with lessons that are easier on your horse to increase motivation.