“No horse wakes up the in the morning and decides, ‘today is the day I’m going to be naughty’. Problem behaviour is their way of asking for help.”
Most horses want to please, so if yours is presenting with behaviour that’s out of character, Vicki Wilson Equine Therapy can help reset the balance. It’s a hands-on methodology which blends chiropractic and muscle work to enhance a horse’s wellbeing and performance. Vicki’s aim is to share practical advice and sharp insights via her workshops that lead directly to happier horses and a better connection between horse and rider.See Upcoming workshops
Behavioural problems which need a bit of detective work include:
Physical problems which are easier to pinpoint, include:
“Hi Vicki, I just wanted you to know that I’ve been riding Sadie and she has been a star, but today she was incredible – she feels even better than she did before she got the splint! Sparky is also going really well and they both feel so happy. Thank you so much for approaching us when you saw them at the North Island Champs – it’s made such a huge difference for my horses’ wellbeing and my relationship with them. Hope your horses, family and shoulder are all doing well.”
“Vicki is such an awesome kind horse woman. She kindly helped us out at short notice with our pony who's been suffering from a sore back and wither. We've seen a huge improvement since his treatment and his back is getting stronger every day. She even threw in a spontaneous self loading lesson as we were leaving her property. Now our pony just trots onto our float without hesitation.”
"Thank you so much for assessing and adjusting Toby. He is like a new horse today. No tail swishing, kicking out or taking off after the jumps. It has been a real eye-opener about owning and understanding horses. I massaged him yesterday and today and it will now become a part of our daily routine. Treating him like an athlete never crossed my mind but is so important."
Before I took Ronnie to Vicki’s clinic, I had given up hope on us. I don’t know what I would have done with Ronnie had I not gone. I’m just so happy to have my dream horse back. For that I cannot thank Vicki enough.
Massage is an important component of equine therapy. I’ve put together a series of videos showcasing how, and why, we massage certain areas of the horse’s body. In this week’s video, I show you how to massage the head of a sensitive young mare.
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