The polocrosse horse is like the rugby league player of the sporting world. Rough, tough and ready to work hard and fast.Common injuries are twists through the body and significant strain through the lower back and the poll. The polocrosse horse is always twisting, turning and pulling up hard, so hamstrings need a lot of suppling. The polocrosse rider is often leaning down on one side of the horse to pick up the ball, which creates tension through the horse’s back as it tries to counter balance the weight of the rider. Find out more about how my physical bodywork can relieve the impacts and strains caused by polocrosse.