I was raised on the ranch that I still live on. My interest in horses has been with me all my life.
First as a part of my life that was always there, using them on the ranch for work and play, and on occasion for
transportation to school when it was muddy. It was in 4-H that I started to study on other aspects of having horses.
Since then I have been to schools, clinics, read books, anything to learn to ride better. Not until I attended
an Equine Touch clinic did I give much thought to being able to help a horse physically aside from the usual getting
them fit, tending to cuts and bruises and rest or the vet for anything else.
Hands On Horses was created because I believed enough in Equine Touch to stay with the program to become a praticioner.
Along the way I have seen it help horses, dogs, calves, people and a cat.
Equine Touch is a gift to the horse. While it works very well with standard veterinary care, chiropractic care, shoeing,
acupuncture and acupressure, it has the unique ability to stand on its own as a positive modality at all levels.
It addresses the horse as a whole and not just certain areas.