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equine: horse, horses; ass, asses; zebra, zebras
1. Of, pertaining to, or resembling a horse.
2. Of or belonging to the family Equidae, which includes the horses, asses, and zebras.
An animated horse is trotting.
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equine therapy, equinetherapy
1. A physical, occupational, or speech therapy treatment strategy that utilizes equine (horse) movements.
2.Therapy programs that focus primarily on horse handling, riding techniques, and on the therapeutic benefits of the relationships between the "patients" and the horses.

Riding horses for therapeutic purposes has helped children with a very wide range of disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, substance abuse, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, amputation, developmental disorders, spinal cord injury, brain injury, Cerebral Palsy, seizure disorders, visual and hearing impairment, learning disorders, emotional problems, anxiety disorder, behavioral problems, and other problems.

Equine therapy is founded on the principle that, through working with horses, students can learn life skills that initiate change.

All aspects of horses and horsemanship are used in the program, from bareback riding, to jumping, to barrel racing, to young horse training.

Horsemanship skills are integrated with team building activities, experiential learning, and therapy groups to create a variety of beneficial programs.

Riding horses improves muscle tone, balance, posture, motor coordination, concentration, self-confidence, and self-esteem according to the those who are involved with equine therapy.

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A trotting horse is just one example of equines.
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