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Available research studies on hippotherapy, a subtype of therapeutic horseback riding that uses the movement of a horse to promote mastery of specific therapeutic goals, are flawed. Evidence does not support the use of the practice as an aid to achieving specific goals such as improvements in muscle tone and control, posture, balance, coordination, communication, and other behaviors. The need for better designed and implemented studies was recommended by the reviewers. 1 Page