A rescue horse named Oliver was brought to me for therapy and training the end of July 2019, when he arrived he was extremely skeptical of anyone touching him other than his owner who had owned him for about 2 years. When he was rescued from auction there was no information given about him, but […]
In May 2018, my mare Phoenix, a 10-12 year old grey Andalusian cross, had very sudden onset Uveitis. It was like one day she was fine and the next day she was bumping into things and jumping if I came up and touched her on her right side. Her pupil stopped responding to light and […]
At our last Microcurrent class we had the pleasure of working with the staff of a local horse therapy (hippotherapy) program that uses horses to help disabled children. It was refreshing to see that they recognized the toll this type of work takes on the horses not only physically but mentally, and that they knew […]
Django is a thoroughbred gelding that was purchased about a year ago as a rehabilitation project, he has been very untrusting and nervous about being touched or worked with. It was obvious by the severe “S” curve in his body that he was in some sort of accident.
I have owned CJ for the better part of 16 years and his right hind has always been his “problem” leg. A few years ago, he got a cut on his right hind that I kept clean and wrapped but also treated with light therapy and microcurrent. Once the wound fully healed, his leg swelled […]
This spring has been the perfect recipe for hoof abscesses due to the excessive rain and mud. I knew as soon as CJ walked in from the pasture, dead lame on his right front when he had been fine earlier, the likely culprit was an abscess. Our farrier was scheduled to come to the barn […]
Rescue Horse helped with Bodywork, Microcurrent & more