Gloria Garland is a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist with a Masters Degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine. A lifelong horse woman, Gloria lives, practices and rides in Oakhurst, California, near Yosemite National Park. Her interest in acupuncture and equine Chinese herbal therapy began in 1988, when she sought an alternative (and successful) therapy for her elderly arthritic gelding.
After years of providing individual herbal formulas and acupuncture consultations for veterinarians, horse trainers and owners, Gloria developed Whole Horse Herbs™ with the goal of bringing complementary herbal medicine to the equine community.
Gloria is a regular contributor to a number of equine magazines. She teaches hands on seminars and classes, on the topics of acupressure, herbal medicine and first aid with the goal of empowering horse owners with accurate and useful information and useful equine health care tools.
Cathy McEnroe is a long-time horse woman who has worked for top show barns as a groom, barn and farm manager, and assistant trainer.
She is a certified Sport Therapist(R) and works on horses for well-known thoroughbred race horse trainers, as well as for show hunter and jumper barns, and dressage horses.
Gloria, Cathy, and Tigger will share their tips and answer your questions about equine ulcers.