Disclaimer:  All therapies mentioned herein is a non-invasive modality intended to enhance well-being  in the healthy horse (or dog) – it is not designed to replace proper veterinary care.  If in doubt regarding the physical health of your horse, please consult your veterinarian.

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From Left to Right:
 Hunter Hurt   /   Ron Hurt   /   Jennifer Hurt   /   Warren Beamish

 Assist. Trainer                Owner &                    Owner,                        Retired Farrier  

Spur Maker           Trainer & Breeder

Here at JRs Equine Spa, we know firsthand the importance and need for rehabilitation services for the horse owner in Southwest Missouri. In May of 2014, we had just finished the beginning stages of reining training on our stallion when an incident would stop us in our tracks and ruin our stallions performance career forever.  Our stallion sustained injury to his left front fetlock when his leg got caught in between round pen panels as he tried to breed a mare who got loose. 

Luckily there was no break, however, he did sustain a torn tendon, as well as a few huge open wounds.  Upon recommendations by our vet, we increased his protein intake to compensate for the weight he would lose as well as the oozing from his wounds.  However, we didn’t compensate for the increased calcium intake he would be receiving and it was just two weeks after the incident that he would develop full blown ring bone on his front left fetlock.  The vet gave us the devastating news that he would no longer be able to be ridden and most likely wouldn't be able to mount a mare for breeding.  We were crushed as our whole breeding program was focus around our stallion.  Being a person who knows firsthand the remarkable miracles that organic and holistic treatments can do, I turned to the great product of Equibone, as well as massage and essential oils.  In May of 2015, we had our stallion x-rayed again and the vet was amazed of the results and actually gave us the okay to proceed with western pleasure training.  We have not put our stallion in training yet as we want to see just how far we can improve his fetlock with ongoing treatment.

            May 2014                                                May 2015                                                              April 2016

In 2016, we started learning of other holistic and non-invasive treatments available for the equine but saw that there weren't any facilities in Missouri that offered these services. If there are, we have not been able to find them.  That’s when we decided we would like to offer such a facility in which veterinarians can comfortably recommend to their clients additional equine rehabilitation services.


JRs Equine Spa & Retreat is a Christian based business.   

The following explains how you can receive Christ:

You can receive Christ right now by faith through prayer


Prayer is talking to God. God knows your heart and is not so concerned with your words as He is with the attitude of your heart. The following is a suggested prayer:

"Lord Jesus, I need You. Thank You for dying on the cross for my sins. I open the door of my life and receive You as my Savior and Lord. Thank You for forgiving my sins and giving me eternal life. Take control of the throne of my life. Make me the kind of person You want me to be."

If this prayer expresses the desire of your heart, then you can pray this prayer right now and Christ will come into your life, as He promised.