Heart for Horses

This is a group for people who have been hurt in their life and found love and healing through horses. We also just discuss horse-related topics such as their health and tips for riding.

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Latest Activity: Dec 18, 2010

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Started by alain Dec 18, 2010.

Herbs for Horses? 1 Reply

Hello fellow Hearts! I have decided to put one of my horses on all natural supplements. I give Bella garlic to keep the bugs away and soy grain to keep her coat shiny and healthy. I have noticed a…Continue

Tags: garlic, soy, grain, horse, health

Started by Michelle Miller. Last reply by Cyndi Nov 14, 2009.

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Comment by Nicola Barnes on December 4, 2010 at 9:51am
Once I had a ride but the night before I was REALLY sick, so was my dad. I thought I'd stay home and miss the ride. But I went. When I rode I was sooooooo much better! :) I love horses...
Comment by Mary Ginn on December 17, 2009 at 11:21am
When I get in the saddle (especially after an extended time) it feels like coming home. There are days I wouldn't get out of bed if it weren't for the horse chores! They are my recreation, my exercise, but mostly my therapists!
Comment by Cyndi on November 14, 2009 at 6:03pm
I've had my mare (my first horse ever!) for about a year-and-a-half. I have to board her and have experienced some really unpleasant people in the past year. The most recent was the barn owner of the last barn I was at. Long story, but he asked me to leave and in the process he said some horrendously hurtful words to me. My self-confidence took a real kicking, but I'm slowly coming back. I've always had low self-esteem, but being with horses has always made me feel good inside. It's been a life-long dream to have my own horse, and I was 40 when I finally got my sweet mare. She is seven. I look forward to many happy years with her.
Comment by Michelle Miller on November 14, 2009 at 3:07pm
Oh, thank you!! I just know I've recovered and healed so much through my horses. It's a constant challenge to train my youngest mare, Bella, but when we make little achievements, my world seems to go right again :) I should have Mirabella for years to come, seeing as she's only six :D
Comment by Marti Langley on November 14, 2009 at 9:22am
What a wonderful group you started! I could not imagine life without my Magical Maggie. I hope she outlives me. She goes to my 16 year old grandaughter when I pass.

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