Friday, December 6, 2019
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Vol. 5 – Issue 6

11 IS IT COLIC? The word “colic” is enough to send chills through any rider. Know when to call the vet, and what to...

Vol. 4 – Issue 6

14 STRAIGHT TO THE POINT Is he nutritionally balanced? Are his organs working optimally? Now you can find out using reflex point testing....

Vol. 3 – Issue 5

14 MAGIC IN YOUR MIND’S EYE The power of positive thinking 18 HOW DOES HE SCORE? An easy-to-use management tool for measuring the need to feed 26...

Vol. 8 – Issue 4

10 LITTLE SEED, BIG BENEFITS! Chia brings healing and balance to your horse. 14 HOME ON THE RANGE Eight ways to prepare for camping...

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...

Talking with Dr. Heather Mack

Dr. Heather Mack talks thyroid problems, healing and respiratory issues with EW readers to help shed some light on some common equine concerns. Q: My...

Essential Oils for Horses

Essential oils are an effective and gentle answer to many of today’s common equine problems and can often bring relief where allopathic medicines hold...

Mary Ann Simonds

While many little girls growing up in Fresno, California in the 1960s dreamed of being “Miss Raisin Queen” or the “Cotton Princess”, Mary Ann...

Reiki for Horses

I happened to be at the barn one day to visit another horse, when I walked by a stall and was shocked by a...

Miniature Horse Therapy

Using animals as therapeutic conduits for people in need has become a labor of love for Veronique Matthews, a cancer survivor in Austin, Texas....