Volume 7 Issue 5
Table of Contents
Read Your Horse’s Body Language
By Barbara Chasteen
As he moves through life, changes happen to the horse’s body, mind and heart. By tuning in to your horse’s current conformation (posture) and movement, you can learn to read the signs of these changes. Any problems you notice are signs not of a washed-up horse, but of opportunities for healing.
Introducing Nature to an Unnatural World - Difficult, but Not Impossible
By Alene Sibley
Hard-feelings and arguments can arise when viewpoints differ dramatically, often seen in the clash of “natural” versus time-honored “traditional.” Surrounded by convention, it can be difficult for the more alternative-style horse owner to stand firm for their ideals. Difficult, but not impossible.
Growing Herbs for Horses
By Shari Frederick
In a perfect world, horses freely roam in search of food, herbs and a wide variety of plants, trees and brush to maintain a natural, healthy balance. Today, horse caretakers can grow many herbs at home - naturally.
By Kimberly Poppiti
Nearly everyone who rides horses has felt afraid up there at some point. By understanding fear, we can deal with it accordingly - we can learn to control fear by responding appropriately to it.
Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary
Equine Voices Rescue and Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 tax -exempt organization dedicated to saving Premarin (PMU) mares and foals from slaughter. We are a voice for the many equines that cannot speak for themselves, working to end horse slaughter in America. Through education, we are confident we can enlighten the public about the horrors behind the premarin industry and horse slaughter, and be a catalyst for change so these noble animals may finally live a life without abuse, pain and suffering.
Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary
PO Box 1685
Green Valley, AZ 85645