Category Archives: Horse Care

Lillie–The Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month

Lillie is the Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month for April.  The aged dun mare came to Serendipity Horse Rescue several years ago in very poor shape.  She was malnourished, depressed, and angry.   At first, Lillie did not adapt well to her new home.  She stood alone and would refuse to interact with people or […]

Time–The Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month

It seems that some horses are just dealt a difficult hand in life.  ’Time’, a 21-year-old Morgan gelding owned by Linda Clark, is one such horse.  During his lifetime, Time has been diagnosed with five different serious conditions.  But thanks to Linda’s dedication and careful attention to his diet, Time has recovered from his conditions and is doing well today.  I’m honored […]

Interview with Karen Eddings, The ‘Equine Nurse’

Karen Eddings worked as a registered nurse for over thirty years.  After becoming uncomfortable with the allopathic model of medicine (treating the symptoms), she sought to learn more about holistic healing for both people and animals.   She studied herbal and energy medicine, equine dentistry,  received her masters degree in holistic nutrition, and became an iridologist […]

The Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month: Mohna

The Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month for February is Guardians IIM Neet , aka Mohna–a 16 year old Arabian mare who overcame a life-threatening injury thanks to a combination of Western medicine, holistic treatments, and the dedication of her guardian, Eileen Coe, a certified equine acupressure practitioner. Mohna’s first brush with death actually occurred at the […]

Essentials for the Horse Barn

Here in Oklahoma, the cold, miserable weather we’ve all likely been experiencing this winter finally made its exit– and I’m hoping for good!  This past weekend, the temperature was in the sixties so I spent some much-needed time at the barn.   Aside from doing some hoof trimming and acupressure on the horses, I also started my spring cleaning […]