Legacy Equine: Emergency First Aid, Massage & Essential Oil Classes

Legacy Equine is a unique riding and learning program. We are passionate about horses, riding and t Come out for 1, 2 or 3 days.

Legacy Equine:

Owner Heather Lundervold has been around horses her whole life. She competed in High School and college rodeo, barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying, drill team, team roping and team penning. After taking a 10 year break from barrel racing she decided to get back in the saddle and start competing again. She is now offering general horsemanship, barrel racing and team roping les

Operating as usual


Happy New Year everyone! 🎆🎊🎉


Wishing you a very Merry Christmas from all of us here at Legacy Equine. 🎄🎁❄️⛄️


Equine First Aid

My first aid course is now available in person and online and approved for CE credits through IAAMB.

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Equine First Aid Become certified in Equine First Aid through this comprehensive online course which covers both basic and advanced first aid training for horses.



The Dog Nutrition Summit 11/06/2022

The Dog Nutrition Summit

Going on now!
Such great info! Join here it’s free!

The Dog Nutrition Summit Online & Free I Limited Time


We will be set up at Equifest this weekend promoting the equine first aid and massage workshops. We are rolling out a first aid and essential oils certification program too! Come see us for more details..

5 Causes of Colitis in Horses – The Horse 09/02/2022

5 Causes of Colitis in Horses – The Horse

5 Causes of Colitis in Horses – The Horse Colitis is inflammation of the large or small colon that can lead to diarrhea, proliferation of harmful bacteria, and even death in severe cases.

Photos from Legacy Equine Sports Therapy & Massage's post 04/28/2022

Photos from Legacy Equine Sports Therapy & Massage's post

Photos from Legacy Equine Academy: Classes & Workshops's post 04/20/2021

Photos from Legacy Equine Academy: Classes & Workshops's post

Photos from Legacy Equine Academy: Classes & Workshops's post 04/03/2021

Photos from Legacy Equine Academy: Classes & Workshops's post


We have a lot of registrations for our workshops Sat! Make sure you get your registration in!


We are super excited to announce that we are now partnered with Curicyn!


Emergency Equine First Aid and Healthy Horses
Jan 23rd 10am
Location: Desert Hills
5 hour workshop, lunch provided, real life hands on senarios, lots of fun and learning.
Register Here: https://form.jotform.com/82701495484160


Free saddle fit webinar today!


Jim Masterson is going LIVE on Facebook, in 8 days!
Tuesday, May 12th, at 12PM CDT.

Join us to discover why your horse might be head-shy and what you can do to help relieve tension in your horse's body.

will start at 12pm CDT, tune in to watch Jim working on a horse LIVE while answering your questions from the chat.

Come join in the fun and be a part of the worldwide Masterson Method enthusiasts! See you Tuesday!

Click here to find out when the live event is happening in your time zone: https://buff.ly/3deK8DH

Photos from The American School of Equine Dentistry's post 04/30/2020

Sometimes the craziest things happen.

Holistic Animal Studies by Angel's Animals LLC 04/25/2020

Holistic Animal Studies by Angel's Animals LLC

If you’re looking for something to do online, my school is online offering many different certifications for canine and horses. Click the link for more info and enter Easter at checkout for 25% off


Holistic Animal Studies by Angel's Animals LLC High Quality Courses For Professionals and Animal Owners Offering state of the art learning experiences in animal massage, kinesiology taping, craniosacral therapy and body alignment.

The Horse – Your Guide to Equine Health Care 04/20/2020

The Horse – Your Guide to Equine Health Care

Get FREE Digital access to the April 2020 issue of The Horse this month!

The Horse – Your Guide to Equine Health Care The Horse is your guide to equine health care. We offer daily horse industry news and cover current horse-related veterinary and behavior research.

Photos from Legacy Equine Academy: Classes & Workshops's post 03/19/2020

Photos from Legacy Equine Academy: Classes & Workshops's post


Fancy is getting all the special treatment. Thank you to my friend Joe who came over and did a mini class for me on different hoof packing, poultice wrapping, liniment application and techniques. He even makes his own special liniment recipe. He is so knowledgeable and I enjoyed learning from someone with many many years of experience at the track and show ring. I’ll definitely be adding these tips to my emergency equine first aid classes. 🙂


This is what tetanus looks like. Luckily it is something we can vaccinate for. Be sure to consult with your regular veterinarian for vaccination recommendations.


Ascarid happy dance!


What is White Line Disease?

The white line is the junction between the hoof wall and the sole on the bottom of the horse's hoof. White Line Disease is a widening of the white line, or a separation of the hoof wall from the sole. This separation is then invaded by bacteria and fungi, leading to infection that progresses up towards the coronary band which produces a white or gray powdery material. It is usually first noticed by the farrier during a routine trimming because only severe cases actually cause lameness.

What can be done about it?
Because mechanical factors such as poor hoof conformation and various hoof imbalances (long toes, underrun heels, club foot) as well as primary hoof problems like laminitis are thought to lead to the initial separation, treatment begins with correcting the primary cause. If a large section of hoof wall has been separated from the inner tissue the detached wall may need to be removed. Any infection should be treated and frequent trimming used to make sure new hoof wall grows correctly. A hoof supplement containing biotin and methionine may be helpful to ensure healthy new growth.

What else do I need to know?
Once thought to be due to a wet or dirty environment, hygiene is now being questioned as a cause of White Line Disease. Not only can any age, breed and gender of horse develop this hoof condition, a horse can have it in only one hoof or more while a farm can have it in only one horse or more. This shows that it has more to do with the individual horse and hoof than with the living conditions.



I love following this lady! Such great info.


Scars #2
Another post/picture to bring awareness about the scar tissue. Some scars are not visible on the surface, but they can be discovered by careful palpation.
I have put together some pictures of Gray Mare, with individual layers of the neck muscles, showing signs of fibrous tissue of different degree, located in an area, that is common site of IM injection ( I cannot comment about this scarring on our Gray Mare, as we had not any detailed info regarding im injections in her past).
In my experience, scars in the neck region can greatly affect horse's movement and biomechanics of the whole body.
As you can see on the picture there are neighbouring muscles of different location (meaning a layer) and function "linked together" by a scar tissue.

Please note, it is impossible to answer your comments and questions regarding individual cases (and it would be very unprofessional if I would try to do that), so please take this post as an information, rather than discussion. Thank you.


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Ask-the-Vet | AAEP 09/19/2019

Ask-the-Vet | AAEP


Knowing the weight of your horse is important for several reasons: this information is instrumental in developing an appropriate feeding program, calculating dosages for dewormers and antibiotics, and tracking the health of your horse in general.

Using a weigh scale is the most accurate way to determine a horse's weight. If you don't have access to a scale, however, you can still estimate your horse's weight by using a weight tape to measure the animal's heart girth. This practice is inexpensive and easy and, while it is not an exact science, it has been used for many decades.

HOW TO PROPERLY USE A WEIGHT TAPE: place the tape immediately behind the withers, where the very last hairs of the mane emerge, and immediately behind the elbow. Consistent placement and consistent pressure are key to getting the best results.

Please note that, despite their shortcomings, weight tapes are very useful in monitoring change. A weight tape may say that your horse is 1,000 lbs when he is actually 1,100 lbs, but if your animal gains 50 lbs the tape is very likely to reflect that change accurately.

Thank you Dr. Alison Cornwall for providing this useful information through the AAEP's "Ask the Vet" forum. Want to learn more? Visit https://aaep.org/horse-owners/ask-the-vet to read this month's questions and answers.

Ask-the-Vet | AAEP Join us this month during AAEP's "Ask the Vet" forum as our expert, Dr. Michael St. Blanc, answers your questions concerning equine lameness.

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