Cell biologist, Bruce Lipton, writes about what one of his professors in graduate school taught him regarding studying cells: If the cell isn’t doing well, change the environment. He saw this statement play out on a regular basis in his study of cells. 1
The same can be said of horses. If your horse is not thriving, look at their environment. What are they eating? Where do they live? How much movement do they have? What is their social environment? What stressors are they exposed to? All of these factors and more will affect their well-being and long-term health.
Here at God’s Window we answer each of those questions with only one goal in mind: What do our horses need to thrive?
It’s amazing how healthy senior horses can be when their needs are met in the right environment. Try it with your own horses. They just may surprise you.
1 The Biology of Belief, by Bruce Lipton