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Calming A Horse With Peace & Calming

Author: Ilieen Fox
Skill: Raindrop Technique
Location: Sk, Canada
Posted: 01-27-2011
Views: 1,023
Word Length: 189
Questions received: 1

We bought a horse that was horrible with the farrier when he would trim her hoofs. She would rear up and through herself to the ground. It was a real nightmare to work with her feet. If you didn't touch her feet, she was a very quit obedient horse.

When I leaned about the oils for animals, I tried peace and calming. When the farrier said he was on his way, I would put about three drops of peace and calming in the palm of my hand, and stir it 3 times, rub my hands together and put one in front of her nose to breathe in and the other hand I would rub gently all over her head.

She stood so well for her feet to be trimmed, that now when it is time for a trimming, I do this, and we don't even have to tie her, we just simply hold her with the lead rope. The last trimming, the farrier commented that she was the easiest of my 4 horses to trim. And the other 3 are always pretty good.

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