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Unseen dangers to horses health and performance

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Posted on Jul 09, 2009 at 02:53 PM Total posts: 7

During the course of my healing work, I have found that one of the greatest hindrences to a horses health and performance , other than Chemical's, is Geopathic Emanation's, (ie) Geopathic Stress. It is caused byNox'lous Energys seeping up from under the ground, and one of the main cause's are Under Ground Stream's that are swirling in the wrong direction, like water going down a bath plug, it go's one way in the southern hem'lsphere, and the other in the northern. There are other reason's too, like cracks in the Earth's Surface, which it seeps up through. Most animals try to avoid it, (cats love it, and so do ants) but if we tie an animal up where it is, or it's in thei box or stall, where they cant get away from it, you can sometimes have big trouble, some horses aren't affected, just like some people aren't, but others, if they are sleeping in it , in time it can kill them. It affect's a horses speed, it's one of the main reason's why you hear people say, the horse is not trying, it's trying it's heart out, but it just cant go, and the farther it go's the slower it get's. If you have any Question's just ask, and I will try to help.

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Posted on Sep 25, 2010 at 02:33 AM Total posts: 7
Hi ilovehorses too, I have left a comment on your profile what I feel is wrong with your horse, please contact me if you want any more information. Take care, Clarrie.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2010 at 02:09 AM Total posts: 7
Hi ilovehorsestoo, Most of the time I can tell where the horse is hurting from a photo, best is the horse by it's self. It's name, and if it's been a race horse, it's Racing name and breeding, I see you can Upload photos on here, very pleased to be able to help if I can to help, and hopefully ease his pain. Hope to hear back from you soon, Clarrie.
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Posted on Sep 12, 2010 at 06:07 PM Total posts: 2
I had a young man ride my untrained saddle horse, (an 8-yr old stallion)....then I rode him for the first time last week.(I am a retired horse trainer, also retired nurse...now 65 so I have to be careful). Something had happenend to the horse when I wasn't present, but I don't know what.........but I could feel an uneven-ness in gait when I rode him. I want to finish training the horse myself, as I feel he needs my light hand, but I am having trouble mounting and dismounting with a bad post-surgical knee...so I need the other rider for about another month. Anyway........how can I tell where the horse is hurting?. There is no swelling. I am going to move him next Friday to a different stable closer to my home.

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