HASAN: FORMER ARTHROSIS
Hasan is in good shape; he is even insolent! Otherwise, he is happy and plays the fool with his pals in the field.
Thank you and see you soon.
NO DOZE: SEVERE RENAL FAILURE
Thank you, Wonderful, Laila! I went to see my mare, the results of the blood test are perfect! The level of creatinine went from 46 to 26! Which is absolutely impossible! She is still under perfusion but it’s just to be safe. I can pick her up on Thrusday. I have no words to thank you what happened is extraordinary, I thank God for meeting you, it’s a chance and an honor.
Thank you again.
~ Cecile D.
GRISOU: A LIMP
Grisou is much better. I haven’t had time to ride him, but the trot in liberty in the field did not seem to affect his limp, whereas before it was very visible. So your healing has worked. Bravo!
In any case, his physical condition and his morale seem to me to be reinvigorated, so that all in all he is well. His life now should open up to more light, and your intervention is mainly responsible for this, so he must be grateful to you.
~ Jean-Louis G.
This is to confirm that Grisou is well. The try-out at a walking pace and at a trot showed no sign of limping. After that, he joined his little friends in a brisk gallop, on the right foot, right up a steep hill in a field. We are so grateful to you and your healings. Thank you and thank you again.
RITMO: FETLOCK SPRAIN
The fetlock of Ritmo is much better. It is not swollen anymore. It feels cold when I touch it. I find Ritmo to be feeling better. I also think he can start working again. Thank you for everything.
~ Carole W.
PIN UP: CHRONIC TENDINITIS
Pin Up is doing well. She galloped for the first time on Wednesday and seemed very happy and enthusiastic! Her tendon is dry and clean. The big mass that used to descend towards the fetlock has greatly diminished now. We found that her leg looks quite healthy now.
Have a wonderful day!
Here she is swimming like a hippopotamus: she loves swimming!
Thanks again for your help as we would have never got through the month of May. She always has health problems in May!
~ Aurore L.
NAOMI: FRACTURED FEMUR. WAS GOING TO BE EUTHANIZED
Naomi is doing great now, mainly thanks to you. We are very thankful and grateful. She is eating now and has gained weight. She now moves with ease. Florian even caught her galloping! We thank you deeply. Nobody believed she could be saved!
~ Genevieve and Francois D.,
IRIS: CHRONIC COUGH
Hello. Still good news. Iris only coughed twice but that is no big deal. She also saw the chiropractor Monday who said she is doing very well physically. Have a wonderful day, and best wishes.
~ Vanessa. Belgium
CASHEMIRE: DIFFICULTY TO WALK, LIES DOWN. HAS SPASMS IN THE HIND LEGS WITH CRIES OF PAIN
Cashemire is much better. I thank you so much. Since she is in such a good physical state, I think the spasms have gone. Also there is a beautiful sun that came out the last two days which is good for her. Hugs
~ Martine. France
MAGIC BACK PROBLEMS
Here is some news of Magic: he is doing well, and he can jump again, better even than before. Thank you so much for the great healing you did on him. I am working on him now as you suggested, rein free and he is doing very well, in jumping as well as in ground work. His back is not sensitive anymore and his foot is fine. Thanks again. Patou
~ Meurthe et Moselle. France
LA. BALTIC INSPIRATION: CHRONIC LIMP
My Swedish Warmblood stallion named L.A. Baltic-Inspiration is greatly improved from a longstanding problem, which seemed to have no apparent solution. More importantly, he is physically fit, healthy and happy with his life. I am very grateful to Laila and her guides for their assistance.
~ Gail Hoff-Carmona, Ph.D. Los Alamos Dressage Center
HAKIM: SEVERE FOUNDER FRONT LEGS
After I brushed Hakim and walked the dog, Hakim came out of his stall and was engaged with a mare. Catherine told me he walked out with a firm pace. I was really impressed because even though his stride is a bit uneven, it was marvelous to see him. Then we put hay in his stall and he went back into his stall on his own. This is the picture where you can see him walking. He hadn’t gone out of the stall for the last 10 days, but it is snowing and slippery here. This is great news that I am sure will bring you great joy as it did to me. I am also sending you a picture of his right forefront leg as you can see it has grown very nicely; he will be shod on Monday. Hugs and peace
~ Grasiella G., Belgium
FORTISSIMO: DIGITAL EXTENSOR TENDON INJURY
I put my horse Fortissimo in Laila’s hands to heal an injury on the digital extensor tendon. I didn’t really believe it would work but results were very fast. My horse was much better and the MRI showed that the injury had disappeared. Since then, my horse works normally and is even in better shape than before.
CORDOBES: SACRO LUMBAR PROBLEM
As I was then convinced, I asked Laila to work on a second horse, Cordobes, and she succeeded when even chiropractors had failed. This 4 year old horse got stuck in his stall and had developed a problem of a shifted sacro lumbar which bothered him and made it very difficult for him to gallop. Many chiropractors came to work on him with no results. After the first session with Laila he got relief. Even visually, one could see that the sacro lumbars were back in place. His gallop is now of a very good quality and he has now recovered perfect balance.
Thank you , Laila
~ Michel BARYGA, Equestrian trainer, France
HAFDIS: PARTIAL DESTRUCTION OF THIRD AND 4th PHALANX LEFT BACK LEG
According to the vets, everything is now fine on the left. The first X-ray in October showed a problem at the second phalanx. The X-ray of this Monday shows that now everything is fine,which means that you’ve done anamazing job! Thanks again for Hafdis. Thanks again for your precious help.
~ Solange, France. February 2010
UN DESIR: LIMP AND CHRONIC ABSCESSES
Thank you so much Laila for Un Desir. He doesn’t limp anymore; he is much better. Before you worked on him he was limping badly. After three days everything disappeared. Even the chronic abscesses on his front feet have gone. Now he can live the normal life of an 18 month old!
~ Anne Rouviere, France
NEVOEIRO: CHRONIC COUGH
Nevoeiro seems to be doing well. Jean Rene gave him hay again without having to wet it and he isn’t coughing anymore. He no longer neighs desperately when he is separated from Nuneio (the other horse)but waits patiently. Alice has left and we haven’t heard him cough and he is closer to me now. He seems to be able to give attention to other things now, other than waiting. I just went to see him. He’s playing in the snow so his moral is high. Thanks again.
~ Dominique Duhamel, France
JT’ADORE: WEIGHT LOSS, BITE WOUNDS AND ARTHITIS
Yesterday, I checked him all over with the owner of the equestrian center, and we noticed one sees his ribs less and he is fuller. I was surpprised especially at the hips where the bone was sticking out and was very noticeable. Now it’s nice and round.
His weight is back, he is not limping. His eyes are alert and he has lots of energy. Thank you so much, I have great respect for your work.
~ S Bana,
REVEUSE D’AVRIL: SERIOUS COLITIS
For your extraodinary work on Reveuse. You have saved her. You were her last chance. The vet had already condemned her. I can find no words to thank you. God bless you. Sincere regards.
~ Oudoul Fontaine Emilie.
CARINO: LAMINITiS AND TWISTED PHALANX
We are writing to tell you that Carino is all right at present. He is walking correctly on the whole, but for the moment he is still resting. Thank you for having helped him.
~ Charline Defruit et Joelle Masson.
OPALINE: REAR RIGHT PROBLEM
Hello Laila. Opaline only went out to the park Tuesday and Wednesday, so she had been in her stall 2 days when I came to take her out on Saturday. I first let her in the ring with Eclipse: she trotted correctly with no posterior right problem on the straight lines. Then I took Eclipse in and I walked Opaline and then rode her in a trot for a few rounds with each hand. Everything seemed normal and I think it is time to mount her to see if she is straight under the saddle. I also find that she is very well regarding her digestion because, although she still suffers from gas, her stomach is not as swollen as before in spite of the days spent in the stall where she must eat all of her hay. Thank you for your care and your availability for our weekly exchanges. See you soon. Cordially,
NINKE: COLIC ATTACK
Hello Laila. Ninke is very well much to the surprise of everyone and especially of the vet who thought it was the end. So he suffered from coilcs with a huge obstruction that should never have passed, but which he managed to make pass and then he had a piroplasmosis which the vet treated. He has started eating again since Friday. He has lost about 70 kilos. He grazes with pleasure. Thank you again for everythings Laila and especially for your help. Cordially,
MONTANA: HEMATOMA AND INJURIES ALL OVER THE BODY
We went for a tranquil ride Thursday. I wanted to make sure she was all right before giving you her news. She doesn’t limp and seems to be in good shape.
Sunday we had a work session in freedom. He capered about like a young colt; I believe he was really playing. There is no sign of a cough or any weakness. I feel he is more and more expressive and joyous.
I finally made an arrangement with the stable: not only will he havedamp hay, but he won’t be alone in the paddock because of his special condition.
With each crisis he had begun by coughing several days earlier. Next time I won’t hesitate: if I have the slightest doubt, I’ll contact you.
Thank you for everything.
~ Cecile C.
YOUPI. AUSTRALIAN HARPER SYNDROME
That’s it, finished the Harper disease! I saw Youpi on Friday. I was able to trim his feet normally today. I rode him today with two other horses present. He was really happy! A little bit difficult to work in dressage but it was fun. Thank you so much, Laila. Hugs,
~ Cecile C., France
JUANITA: OSSIFICATION PHALANX BACK LEG. BAD LIMP AND CAN’T STAND UP, NO VETERINARY SOLUTION
After 3 months:
Hello Laila. Juanita is well now She walks well. I only feel a slight difficulty in her pace.
With all my friendship.
~ Muriel B.
TASHUNKA: OSTEOPHYTE. LIMPING
Here are some news of Tashunka. Tashunka wasn’t able to trot for the last two years. Now, he comes to see us trotting!
He doesn’t limp anymore. We are very happy! Hoping to meet you soon.
I went to walk Decival. She was very impatient and greeted me at the park. We went to walk a bit and she even wanted to trot. She wasn’t limping. I also noticed her tendon wasn’t swollen anymore. I checked to see if she would give me her feet as since the beginning of the tendinitis I haven’t been able to touch her feet as she was in pain. This time, no problem. I will start exercising her little by little.
Thank you, Laila,
ART: CHRONIC LOCOMOTION PROBLEM OF HIND LEGS AND FRONT TENDON
Hello. First of all, thank you for your news. As for Art, I rode him on Saturday. Thank you very much. He is much better. There is still a very slight irregularity in his pace, but nothing like the earlier problem. In any case, there is huge progress concerning the hind legs. When I mounted him, he was very good. Thank you! Thank you very much for your help. Cordially,
~ Celine M.
Beginning August 2010: Listen, his tendon is fine. He no longer limps when running free. At present his tendon is dry and well. Thank you very much.
End of August 2010: Hello Laila. As for Art, everything has improved. I rode him outside for a good hour. I gently practiced the three speeds. No sign of a limp regarding his tendon. As for the difficulty in the rear, I still feel it, but much less than before. And today, he was absolutely straight when running in freedom. There was no sign of a limp in front either. Thank you. Cordially,
Here is some very good news concerning Art. I went for a ride yesterday. He was very well. not only has he a better locomotion, but also I find him more dynamic. Moreover, he is more sensitive to my demands when I mount him. In short, everything is fine. Today, his tendon was fine. I t made sure there was no sign of a limp. And in fact, he was quite well. Once again, many thanks for his support and for your help. Cordially,
~ Celine (and Art!)
Thank you again for all the good that you have brought us, to Art and myself. For about the past three months he has no longer been the same horse. I even take classes with Art. The instructor has trouble recognizing him. His locomotion is much better (with still a little difficulty at the beginning of the exercise in the hind legs, but after a good rest that diminishes), and the most important thing is that he is very dynamic! He can at last be the pure breed horse that his origins prepared him for. In other words, this is like a dream for me: Art is very well and I can enjoy him fully. What joy! Thank you again. With all my friendship and gratitude.
BABAJI: DEFORMED BACK LEGS
After he was born, my fowl had deformed back legs and an abnormal gait. After Laila worked on him for a month, he went back to normal and today all is fine!
~ Michel. Arab horse breeder