Jayne Hunt. is an Equine Podiatrist, lecturer and trainer. Her knowledge of equine physiology is extensive and she has widely researched the effects of nutrition and diet on equine health. Her website has some interesting factsheets.
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I owe it to . . . . homeopathy (Horse & Hound/Dressage/Nov 3rd 2011)
'HANNAH MILNER-HARDING’S home-bred seven year old Rhythm ‘N’ Blues suffered so badly from allergies that she considered having him put down. But treatment from vet and homeopath, Mark Elliot has restored him to health and he is back in work.
In 2009 “Marmite” developed lumps covering him from head to tail, originally thought to be caused by an insect bite. This continued to happen and sometimes the sores would open up and become infected.
Steroids kept the symptoms at bay but were not a long-term option. The symptoms lessened in winter but came back in the spring, and Marmite was on continual box rest. Hannah spent thousands of pounds on vet consultations and treatments.
Despite being sceptical, she consulted Mark, who prescribed sprays that she gave Marmite on an apple.
“He started on a high dose. When spring came I waited to see if he’d react,” said Hannah. “A few times he came up in tiny lumps and Mark changed the medication. He’s since been fine. I can’t thank Mark enough.” '