Horse Got Tangled In Barbed Wire On Cattle Drive
Author: Jean K.
Skill: Raindrop Technique
Word Count: 189
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Testimonial ID: 7811-OR
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High Country Outfitters hosts a guest cattle drive each year in the Teanaway River valley in eastern Wahington. I had my Helichrysum with me in my pocket because my horse had been kicked in the abdomen the night before and had a swelling 6 inches across.
Following the cows through forest pasture that had been historically fenced, one of the horses suddenly begin bucking and galloping toward a large group of guests and cows. There was wire around both back legs. Luckily the horse involved was ridden by a staff member who managed to stay in the saddle, turn the horse away from everyone and bring her to a stop. There were many pucture wounds, some bleeding steadily. We immediately put Helichrysum on all the wounds, wrapped them and kept working.
At the Drive the next weekend there was no sign of injury and when that horse stepped in wire again she calmly stopped, waited for her rider to get off, hand me the reins and gently untangle the leg. Smart horse!
By the way, the swelling on my horse had disappeared by lunch. Amazing stuff!
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