The Morning Dawned And Goldie Was In Distress

A Mystery Illness Was At Hand

Called to the pasture at 5 am, I found my beloved mare flat out in unusual circumstances. She was being watched over by her companion and herd leader, Dillon, the Mustang. Clearly distressed and in discomfort, the mare was troubled and refused to eat even her favorite mash. Despite gut sounds, the diagnosis was unclear, and just hours later she was treated by the veterinarian for suspected colic, only there was no improvement for a prolonged period. Goldie continued to refuse her food and declined all placed in front of her, pawing on the ground as she remained withdrawn. Friend of the family, Dr. Rachel Heart, followed the call of this precious mare and offered to visit. This visit changed the lives of Goldie, her daughter, Dahlia, the herd, and all those watching, for they were about to witness a major miracle!

Watch Goldie’s Clip and Miraculous Recovery Below 

The First Hello

Coal was gathered from the Little Book Cliffs in October of 2018, recently brought to the BLM holding facility and onto auction. His first impressions with humans was unkind; losing his herd, home, and identity. He was adopted on Saturday, by a young lady named Jade, making her dreams come true. This was Coal’s first gentling session with Anna, his first hello and first impression. Less is more in the beginning. Quiet confidence while communicating with a gentle purpose are a few of the key elements to your relationship with a Mustang. “If you ever have the opportunity to spend a day with Anna Twinney, please do. When it comes to connecting with Mustangs she’s one of the very best.”

~ George Brauneis

Mustang Demo with Jade and Cole and Anna

Above, Anna instructs Jade with regards to the Mustang’s unique Language.

Watch below the video of Anna saying Hello to Coal for the first time.  Simply click on the video to watch.

Read the story of how Jade met Coal and the lengths she went to to bring him home with her in this article in The Daily Sentinel:

“During a hike with her grandmother in the Little Book Cliffs last March, Jade Walker caught sight of a magnificent wild horse — a blue-gray beauty with black marks and a long black mane.

The girl was thrilled when the horse came toward her a ways over a small hill. She, in turn, followed him back.

“I think we have a connection somewhere,” Jade said Saturday as the Mustang waited nearby in a pen with other wild horses.”

Read the Rest of the Story Here

Equine Wellness Magazine Features Anna’s Guide to Better Communication

Anna is a regular contributor to Equine Wellness Magazine, one of our favorites.  Here, she describes how we can better help our horses succeed in training sessions.

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A Tribute to God’s Great Creation

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After making the little girl, God said:

“You’ll need something to lean on. Something with substance that will teach you the value of hard work, perseverance, and to never give up. A thing that won’t cast judgment when you mess up in life. Because you will often, it’s just part of growing up and becoming a decent human.

You’ll need something whose impressive physical presence must be respected at all times. A being who could break your bones in a whisper but will never break your heart. A creature who will be there for you when you cry for hours after someone you love lets you down. A nonspeaking, breathing being that will teach you to check all the noise in your head and completely listen to what he is saying.

Sometimes in life you need to let go and just hang on. I call this trust. The terrifying ability to follow something blindly out of the conviction of only your heart. It will keep you centered and restore your faith when life happens. When you realize that you are forgettable to the world you won’t be to this creature.

Something that will keep you truly humbled yet teach you how to fly!

You need to understand the painful reality of death. Sometimes it’s OK to let go. That kindness will always be rewarded before the use of force. And that courage means trusting him to get you safely to the other side.

Something to get you out of bed in the trying times. When you feel like you have nothing he will remind you that you are still wanted. Something to give you perspective about what’s really important in life.

You’ll need a best friend. Do not take this relationship lightly. It just might save your life someday when you see no out. Treasure it always I’m trusting it to you to take care of for a reason.

A creature who will restore your faith about all of the goodness in the world even when you are so broken down that you cast Me aside.

In turn with time and healing he will bring you back to Me. Know that your struggle won’t be made alone, and don’t forget to enjoy the ride.

So I will make a horse.”
This poem is dedicated to all of the horses in our lives who make each day a little sweeter, each year worth smiling about when we reflect, and who give us a multitude of reasons each day to be in gratitude for all the love we have in our lives.  Surely no greater creature exists….

Dr Regan is having clinics in CT. If you are close, don’t miss it!

For registration and info call Sara at 860 303-9671 or HYPERLINK infowellnessworkshops@gmail.com

TWO OPPORTUNITIES!
Weekend Clinics on
May 11-12 and 18-19
$120 a clinic ($100 if paid by April 15)

Ray of Light Farm
232 Town St., East Haddam CT
May 11 from 9-4 and May 12 from 9-1
additional talk after luncheon on Sunday

(See below for more info on this Mother’s Day Special)

Lock Stock and Barrel
770 Amity Rd., Bethany CT
May 18 from 9-4 and May 19 from 9-1
additional talk after luncheon on Sunday

Free talk on “The Six Essentials for Life”
May 16 at 7pm at
The Center for Progressive Therapies
192 Hartford Rd in Manchester

traveling appointments are available
for horses and people May 13- 17.
Price varies from $70 – $110 depending
on numbers at each location

Dr. Regan Golob is a lifelong horseman who grew up on a cattle ranch in Washington. His early horse experience includes breeding and training major stakes winners. He then began working on healing horses, including multiple grade 1 winners. Additionally Regan worked with the US Equestrian team at the Endurance Championships in UAE Dubai. He travels extensively around the country conducting seminars in human and equine health maintenance. He is available for private appointments.
Regan will be teaching the techniques he’s spent over 20 years developing and perfecting. He combines acupressure, chiropractic, reflex points, applied kinesiology, B.E.A.T. TM, defense physiology and other modalities into a powerful system that frees up the body and allows it to heal itself.
In this class you will learn how to energetically test yourself and your horse for common imbalances including: parasite infestation, liver congestion, peptic ulcers, thyroid issues, vitamin and minerals deficiencies and much much more….

Dr Regan Golob D.C., B.S.
Alternative Health Practitioner

Come learn from Regan

How our environment affects us and our horses
Nutritional, emotional and structural imbalances
Unblocking energy flows

Give your Mom what she really wants

Dr. Regan Golob will be teaching the techniques he’s spent over 20 years developing and perfecting. He combines acupressure, chiropractic, reflex points, applied kinesiology, B.E.A.T. TM, defense physiology and other modalities into a powerful system that frees up the body and allows it to heal itself.
In this class you will learn how to energetically test humans and horses for common imbalances including: parasite infestation, liver congestion, peptic ulcers, thyroid issues, vitamin and minerals deficiencies and much much more….

What: Healing clinic
When: Mothers Day weekend May 11-12 2013
Where: Ray of Light Farm
232 Town St, East Haddam CT
Time: Sat 9-4 and Sun 9-1 (free talk afterwards)
For: Learning about nutrition, supplementation, and how to test points on the body to identify problem areas, correct and prevent health issues. The clinics cover information for both horses and humans. Bring food and drinks
Price: $120 or $100 if paid by April 15
Education and private appointments with
Dr. Regan Golob D.C., B.S. for her horse and herself

 

 

 

For Every Horse an Angel by Laurie Hammer

Please have no fear my own young son,
This life soon over but you have won,
This you’ve won your final race,
And you my arms I now embrace.

I know how great is now your fear,
Do not forget I hold you dear,
Know you’re loved my dear horse child,
I hold you close do not be wild.

Please have no fear my own young son,
You’re not alone don’t try to run,
Your life so short we shed a tear,
For every horse an Angel’s here!

In spirit form you soon will be,
The Angels wait now patiently,
To guide you home we soon will go,
My Heaven has horses didn’t you know?

Please have no fear my own young son,
In Heaven’s fields you soon will run,
I do both love the strong and meek,
This is the place of peace you seek.

Your Angel’s wings now hold you fast,
Your fear now gone and in the past,
Now open your eyes awake and see,
Heaven’s your home always with me.

In loving memory of all horses

Laurie Hammer
2007

DAY OFF IN DENMARK!!!

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You know when you are passionate about your profession when you spend your day off training young horses in preparation for their career logging & then visit Carlsberg Brewery, Copenhagen to meet the workers who brought the Brewery to where it is today – the horses.

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