Tag Archives: acupressure

Tucker’s Journey

For November, I am featuring another BLM mustang as my Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month–this one, a bay gelding named Tucker.  Tucker has faced several challenges during his seven years–and perhaps the biggest challenge of all was just finding a loving home.  Here is is story. . .   Tucker’s journey in captivity began […]

Post-Performance Acupressure for Horses + Giveaway from Two Horse Tack

It’s almost summer–the time of year all of us horse people look forward to!  The hours of daylight are growing longer and we can spend that extra time in the saddle or at the barn, enjoying our equine friends. When I was a competitive barrel racer, summer was when I hit the road the most, […]

Acupressure and Emotional Healing–Lillie’s Story

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 […]

Overcoming Laminitis: Benny’s Story

I am very excited for a new monthly addition to my blog–The Naturally Healthy Horse of the Month!  Each month, I will feature a horse that has overcome some sort of obstacle with the help of natural or holistic care. The horse I am featuring this month is Benny, a 15 year Tennessee Walker, who […]

The Five Element Horse Types + Interview with Holistic Veterinarian, Dr. Madalyn Ward

The following is an excerpt from Dr. Ward’s article, “Brief Introduction to the Five Element Horse Types and Temperaments”.   This excerpt is provided as background information for the Q&A which follows. To view the article in its entirety, click here.      There are many approaches to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), but the Five-Element approach is […]

Acupressure and Home Remedies for Eye Problems in Horses

(Reposted from my previous blog, The Handy Horse Owner) First of all, I’d like to preface this post with the statement:  I’m not a vet.  If your horse has a condition that your unsure of, take him to a vet for a diagnosis.  With that said, occasionally my horses get gunky eyes for one reason […]