Jenny Pearce

Horse health

Hoof care seminar

THIS hoof care seminar is at Nar Nar Goon North in Australia (I’ll give the details at the end of this post) – but even if you live on the other side of the world, this seminar is a timely reminder for all of us on how big an impact our horse’s feet have on their health and […]

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10 ways to reduce your vet bill with your horse

There are ten main reasons that I see horses with health problems and 10 ways that you can reduce your vet bills! You already know how crappy your own body feels when you are nervous.  That tightness, that tension – the way your joints feel kind of tight and jarring, the way your feet hit the ground harder, […]

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Horse Flu – Equine Influenza – make your own EFFECTIVE homeopathic medicine – step by step instructions

I wrote this article back when we had the horse flu epidemic in Australia and I have decided to put it up on the new website, given that horse flu has such a hold in the horse world internationally.  Homeopathic medicine is VERY EFFECTIVE with viruses – MUCH More effective than conventional medicine.  So here it is, free, […]

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Support the healing of horse & rider by helping detox

Ourselves and our horses can and will do a whole heap of positive physical changes after the relationship has improved from using the approach that we talk about in the completely free gift lessons The Six Keys to Happiness with Your Horse  (on the right hand side of this page here.) I have so often […]

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Feeding horses after fire

After the Canberra fires in 2003, large numbers of horses, unharmed by fire, died.  One lady who sent me a hair sample of her dreadfully ill horse was agisting on a property where over twenty horses had died in a little over a week.   The main symptom was diarrhoea. The grass was burnt and nothing […]

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Another stringhalt enquiry – Spring & Autumn – it’s that risky time of the year again

Hi Jenny ~ I have a yearling Pre.Andalusian that has just come down with a condition that looks very much like Stringhalt the vet is saying that it’s an intoxication i.e. poisoning which I’m assuming is from the plant Catsear!  This year we have had an extremely hot summer and although I’ve been feeding my […]

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Spring founder or laminitis in horses – and what NOT to do…

Spring is officially here in  good old OZ and earlier than I can ever remember.  The grass is just running away. We have just separated our herd for spring grass growth – with the miniatures, the Connemara Stardust, Mel’s horse 3/4  Arab but very heavy Bucky and Simone’s Morgan Sirocco  unfortunately put into the pony […]

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Stringhalt query from a reader…

A reader with a stringhalted horse had been told to lock her horse up off the pasture, give it a mineral block, a large bale of hay and hard feed it.  She was having trouble with transitions even after her horse was supposed to be recovered.  So this article is about stringhalt AND transitions. Here’s […]

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Add this very powerful extra to Parelli Hill Therapy

I enjoyed reading Linda Parelli’s article on Hill Therapy in the Fluidity program.  Since that is a particularly strong area of expertise for me, I much enjoyed seeing a focus on restoring horses to good muscular and skeletal health. You can add a powerful improvement for your horse to that Hill Therapy Program – by […]

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A simple, non chemical method to treat pin worms

A student’s horses were recently treated by a vet for pinworm infestation by treating them for 5 days in a row of an Ivermectin based chemical wormer. I’m anti toxic chemicals, but even so, I was shocked at that kind of toxic overload for worms that are not harmful to the horse’s health (they don’t […]

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