Welcome to Claus Toftgaard Horse Therapy


An important prerequisite for good training is the understanding of the basic physiological principles behind it.
It is necessary to give riders the opportunity to gain some knowledge about the horse’s musculoskeletal system and biomechanics, and learning about human physiology and anatomy. This will not only give a better insight into the issues that may arise in relation to training and any damage, but also a more complete understanding of the interaction between horse and rider rytter.En that are well developed muscular and in good physical shape, can use its influence on the horse much more targeted and precise than a physically untrained rider.

Equestrian sport is becoming more technically demanding, so the well coordinated and balanced rider will always have a fordel.Som trained trainer, human and equine physiotherapist, I experience often, health problems of the horse, due to limitations in the rider’s riding technique and physics.