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Some of the stretches horse have been seen doing with the HayGrazer Play

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Head and Neck

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#16 Chin to Chest Stretch
This is an excellent stretch for the trapezius cervicis, cervical rhomboids and splenius muscles of the neck.




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#17 Extended Neck Forward Stretch
This is a great stretch for the rectus capitis dorsalis and lateralis, multifidus cervicis, rhomboids, splenius and trapezius muscles.
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#18 Extended Neck Forward Twist Stretch
This stretch helps relax and release tight neck muscles from the base of the shoulder to the area near the first cervical vertebrae including the scalenus, rectus capitis dorsalis and lateralis, brachiocephalicus and multifidus cervicis.
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#19 Head on the Diagonal Behind the Knee Without and With a Twist Stretch
This stretch helps create flexibility in the neck and the area in front of the scapula (shoulder blade) by stretching the scalenus, multifidus cervicis, brachiocephalicus, rectus capitis dorsalis and lateralis and serratus muscles.

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#20 Lateral Extended Neck Stretch
This is a wond
erful stretch for the muscles of the neck including the multifidus cervicis, brachiocephalicus, rhomboideus cervicis and the scalenus.

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#21 Lateral Extended Neck Twist Stretch
Once you and your horse have mastered the Lateral Extended Neck stretch, learn how to add a twist to that stretch to relax the muscles near the first cervical vertebrae such as the rectus capis lateeralis as well as stretch other neck muscles such as the splenius, scalenus and multidifus cervicis.
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#22 Neck Hug Stretch
This is an excellent stretch for the scalenus, trapezius, multifidus cervicis and brachiocephalicus muscles of the neck.



 

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