AUGUST 1998 BACK ISSUE
Part of Horse Previews Magazine website. Posted on 7/30/98; 2:00:00PM.
Seminar First in Inland Northwest
The seminar "Alternative Therapies in Equine Management" to be held on August 29th at the Spokane Falls Equestrian Centre will be the first in the Inland Northwest to bring together two highly regarded authorities on equine care and nutrition. Dr. Regan Golob, D.C. received his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1977. He is a Level IV Bio Energy Synchronization Techniques (B.E.S.T.) doctor, and has had extensive training in acupuncture, cranial-sacral therapy, herbology, and nutrition. A lifelong horseman, Dr. Golob is respected nationally for his work on performance horses. Judy Sinner has trained horses professionally since the age of 18, and has bred, raised, and trained two National Champions, two Scottsdale Champions, several Legion of Merit Champions; and many Regional, Pacific Slope, and Class A winning horses. Perhaps best known for her presentation "Common Feeding Boo-Boo's," she has lectured throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Dr. Golob's presentation "Bio-Energy Analysis and Applied Kinesiology, Lameness and Nutritional Reflex Points" includes how to test a horse for any feed, supplement or nutritional deficiency, as well as pinpoint the exact cause of lameness. Other topics are parasites and worming, restoring rib alignment, energy blocks, and stretching exercises. Dr Golob will be available by appointment for individual horse consultations after the seminar. Horse owners are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to evaluate problems and solutions for their own horses with Dr Golob.
Fletcher and Barbara Thornton of Spokane Falls Equestrian Centre have generously offered to contribute their share of seminar proceeds to Terry Thom for medical expenses incurred during his cancer treatment. Entry form with additional information is in this issue. Credit card payment accepted. For appointment scheduling or additional information, please contact Blanche Hill at 509/276-6978.