Is it wise to ride a horse with Cushing's disease? What should be the cut-off sign not to ride him?

You should first consult with your veterinarian before beginning an exercise or riding program. However, generally speaking, horses with Cushing’s can be ridden like any other horse, particularly if the Cushing’s syndrome is well controlled with medication. Still, it is wise to consider just a few precautions:
1. Overheating: If the affected horse has not shed out or has grown its winter hair coat too soon in the fall, a body clip may be needed to keep the horse cool …