Equine Touch Case Studies
When Banal was about 6 he developed behaviour problems, he became sticky, unwilling to go forward, or up and down hills and then he began to rear. His muscles and soft tissue became compromised and with that he was unwilling to track up….
In April 2016 I was lucky enough to make contact with Chris Wylie. I would say this was following a “woo woo” time as I cannot for the life of me remember how I came across ET. My lovely shire mare “Cracker” was diagnosed with arthritis in her hocks and issues her spine as a result of this. Cracker had become virtually impossible to ride as she would refuse to leave the yard to go on a hack and then whilst out would be so nervous that she would turn and bolt at absolutely nothing, leaving any accompanying horse behind and with no concern for the safety of either of us. She was so sad that the osteopath who treats her and myself had looked at her eye and decided that it would be kinder to end her suffering if nothing could be done to help her situation.