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Relaxation tips for your excited horse

Most of us associate the word “sedative” with chemicals. Here are some alternative relaxation tips and techniques to try when your horse gets over-excited...

Balancing your horse’s calcium and phosphorus

Deciphering the correct balance between calcium and phosphorous doesn’t have to feel like a bad math class flashback! As we start this discussion of the...

Craniosacral Therapy 101

The first time I saw craniosacral therapy performed on a horse, it was one of my own. I had purchased a Trakehner gelding from...

Homeopathic Healing

"I began adding a balanced mineral mix, multivitamins, and MSM, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate for Scout's joints and cartilage. For several weeks, I gave...

Achieving nutritional balance in your horse

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could be sure your horse could achieve nutritional balance?  Well, you can. And it’s fairly easy to learn...

New Online Course Allows Horse Owners and Lovers to Learn Equine...

  When horses show subtle signs of stiffness or pain, owners become worried and want to help them relieve accumulated stress and tension. No one...

Hold Your Horses: Moving in the Direction of Ease

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Talking with Dr. Lisa Burgess

Dr. Lisa Burgess talks bodywork, homeopathy and Traditional Chinese Medicine with EW readers. Q: My filly recently strained her stifle, after falling while playing on...

Acupressure for senior horses

In conjunction with regular activity, this gentle acupressure session will help keep your horse mobile well into her senior years. There are many more senior...

Hooves and Balance: Making the Connection

When Jennifer’s mare came up lame, her veterinarian recommended rest and anti-inflammatory medication. After a few weeks, the horse seemed sound so Jennifer resumed...