I make no claims as to the accuracy of information or the quality of services and products offered by most of the websites and people below. Some of these are sites or businesses that I have found helpful or interesting - it's up to you to judge the merits of each!
The Light Rider : The Yoga of Equine Wisdom - workshops and training provided by an experienced yoga teacher and horsewoman in the Houston area. Well worth attending!
Communicative Horses: the great German horsewoman Imke Spilker.
For Love of the Horse: Chinese herbal remedies for horses.
If anyone has had any experience with their "MMP Stop" remedy, I would love to hear about it.
Barefoot for Soundness: Marjorie Smith has a helpful website with a compendium of barefoot hoof trimming information assembled from many sources:
Articles in Equisearch about barefoot horses:
"Is Barefoot Better?"
"The Benefits of Barefoot"
Equine Digit Support System, Inc.: Gene Ovnicek is one of the pioneers of barefoot trimming.
Hoof Rehabilitation Specialists: Pete Ramey is another pioneer.
Greener Pastures No-Kill Animal Rescue: No-kill animal shelter in Marion, PA which takes in horses.
TheVeterinarians with an equine practice:
Century Equine, Greencastle, PA
South Mountain Equine, Middletown, MD
Mt. Rock Animal Hospital, Shippensburg, PA
Journal of Ravenseyrie: Lynne Gerard keeps a fascinating journal about her Sorraia Mustang preserve on Manitoulin Island
Sniders Elevator, Lemasters, PA: The funnest feed store and tack shop in town!
http://doolittlecommunications.com/: Whitney Baker is an animal communicator. Able to work long-distance. Specializes in finding lost animals, but will "talk" to your animal on any topic:
http://www.springtimeinc.com: Supplements for animals and humans.
EasyCare Inc.: offers a variety of boots for horses. Useful for a horse which is exercised on ground that is harder than the horse's pasture. They'll help you figure out how to measure the foot and decide which size to buy.