Horse healing

At the Rocking Horse Ranch and Rehabilitation Centre.

Stone adopted Breagh 15 years ago when she was just a six-month-old horse. She was thin, neglected and distrustful of humans. The two connected, because she was trying to rid herself of an abusive partner, she says.

“Within the next year, I managed to get myself clear of this fella,” she says. “It took every bit of strength that I had . . . to do it, (and) at the end of it, I just felt like I was going to crawl in to bed and die. I was just drained.

“And only for this little horse, I had to get up and look after it and try to heal it. Within a year of healing the horse, I realized I healed myself.”


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