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Conditioning and Rehab
At Templeton Farms Equestrian we tailor our Rehabilitation & Conditioning Programs to meet the specific needs of each individual horse. Our goal is to enable your horse to return to his full potential, whether he needs to recover from an injury or just find the perfect place to enjoy a well-earned break from the stresses of competition. We are passionate about the health and wellness of horses, and our state-of-the-art farm and equipment, combined with the exceptional skill of Rehabilitation Manager Sara Roth and our staff make TFE a cut above other facilities.
We will work together with you, your veterinarian and your trainer to develop an individualized program that precisely fits the needs of your horse. And our communication with you won’t stop there. Once that plan is established, we pledge to keep you and your team up to date on the progress of your horse each step of the way.
If your horse comes from outside the central coast, one of our local veterinarians will be available to help and to confer with you and your vet as needed throughout rehabilitation or conditioning process. In addition, we are integrated with a world-class training operation, so we offer a unique opportunity to have one of several excellent independent trainers help get your horse back under saddle or just keep him legged-up.
In our own dedicated rehab center, Templeton Farms Equestrian Rehab & Conditioning offers a variety of effective treatments using quality modalities and therapies including:
- Salt Water Spa
- Functional Electrical Stimulation Therapy
- 20m x 30m Oval Eurociser
- Game Ready
- Sports Massage Therapy
- Magnetic Blanket
For horses that are under saddle or ready to be a little more active, we have a covered dressage court and an outdoor jumping ring, both of which have world class footing from Otto Sport, as well as an 80’ diameter round pen, and a mile-long groomed perimeter trail. Contact our Conditioning & Rehabilitation Manager Sara Roth for more information or to get your horse started on a program today!
Sara Roth attended Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. At Cal Poly Sara was the Student Manager of the Cal Poly Equine Center and was responsible for the daily care and management of Cal Poly’s herd of 100 horses over the 500 acre facility. Additionally, she worked closely with veterinarians and trainers and was part of the breeding, foaling, and colt-starting programs.
Sara is a Certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist (CESMT) by Equissage School. She has also received advanced Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) Therapy training from Dr. Scheila Schils, the founder and clinician of FES.