The synopsis of her book is below:
"Would you like to improve your horse’s performance? If so, then this is the book for you!
Whatever level you ride at, from top competition to happy hacker, the inability to solve a problem causes frustration and can leave you feeling powerless. This exciting new approach to the links between horse training, horse health, and horse behaviour will lead to greater success, a better relationship, and ultimately more good times with your horse.
In ‘Understanding Horse Performance: Brain, Pain or Training?’ author and Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist Sue Palmer MCSP reveals how you can determine whether your horse’s performance is affected by his behaviour (brain), health (pain), or training, and explains clearly how to overcome problems, or where to find the right help. Sue, author of the 5* reviewed ‘Horse Massage for Horse Owners’ and ‘Sue’s Helpful Horse Hints’ has a unique combination of equestrian qualifications in the fields of training, health and behaviour, and combines this knowledge with over 35 years of experience with horses.
Empowering you with the knowledge and practical skills to make a difference, this book is a must for all who are passionate about their horse’s performance, health and emotional wellbeing."
Sue Palmer, Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist