REALLY GOOD NEWS! “Say Whoa to Colic” is being sold at WALMART and AMAZON! Go get some.

I originally wrote about this product several years ago.  Here is a link to that story.    And as many of you know… I continued to periodically write about Say Whoa to Colic because I know it works!

For me, I tell people to have it on hand.  Then, when you need it, you have it.    There is nothing worse than waiting for the vet when your horse is in colic.  I know.  But with Say Whoa to Colic, you administer it and call the vet.  By the time the vet arrives, the colic has passed.  (It won’t work on a twisted gut.)

The product has been a miracle worker for me.  I promise.  I swear by it.  I’ve used it on Mama Tess, Gwen and Dodger twice.  Everyone recovered before the vet arrived.  In fact, my vet keeps it on his truck.


If you want to order Say Whoa to Colic from the owner, click the link and you can use the code “HMfund” for a $10 coupon at checkout – and she will send it right out AND donate to the Drop in the Bucket Fund!


Click image and use “HMfund” as the code at checkout for a $10 off coupon!


Long ago, I met the woman who makes Say Whoa to Colic at the Western States Horse Expo in Sacramento.  She had a booth there, so we sat and chatted – and she told me about how her colic cure was developed.  I left with all of her products.

Over the years, I’ve always tried to remind readers to buy it and keep it on the shelf – as insurance.  Colic is horrible and the ‘woulda, coulda, shoulda’ is no fun after the fact.

You see, in order to have Say Whoa to Colic when you need it, you have to buy it ahead of time, when you don’t need it.   And, It isn’t cheap… so many people just didn’t want the expense for a remedy they might need ‘someday’.

And that was the problem.  Colic needs a cure immediately.  If you hadn’t purchased it ahead of time, now was too late.


So… since you still need to purchase it ahead of time to have it when you really need it… here is another way to purchase, Walmart and Amazon!

The owner of Say Whoa to Colic! has worked really hard to get her products into mainstream avenues.  I see it in many feed stores, online equine stores (Jeffers, Big D), and now  WALMART and AMAZON!   This is terrific!  It still has to be shipped, but Walmart/AMAZON are so much more familiar to people!   Also, those huge box stores buy in volume, so the price is a bit better.   I think it is a win-win!  GO GET SOME and leave it on your shelf for when you need it.

This stuff works!

Or use Amazon, if that is easier.


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Flossie Sellers – 09/06/2013 Products

Just Say Whoa! to Colic in Your Horse

Newsdate: Fri, 6 September 2013 – 11:30 am
Location: SEGUIN, Texas

Formerly known as Stops Colic, SayWhoa! is showing up in horse supply and feed stores as the answer to the ever-present problem of colic in horses. Made of natural ingredients, SayWhoa! claims to be quickly absorbed through the lining of the horse’s stomach to enter the bloodstream.

SayWhoa! An answer to horse colic

SayWhoa! breaks down non-living organic and inorganic matter such as hay, grass, feed, dirt and sand, as it quickly softens fecal impactions to a semi-liquid state without harming any living tissues in the horse.
© 2013 by Carien Schippers
According to the Stops Colic website,  natural ingredients ingredients work with the horse’s body by drawing fluids into the intestinal tract which soften and break apart the impaction. Then the ionic solution stimulates the bowel muscle so motility (peristalsis) is returned to normal. Performance horses test drug free.  

A combination of ingredients:  Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium D, Peppermint Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Purified Water, Sorbitol and Molasses for flavor. This product  is a natural product that “Can Do No Harm” to be given orally; the horse just swallows. Each part of the formula works until the effect of colic is repaired and the bout is stopped:

Part 1 – Breaks down non-living organic and inorganic matter such as hay, grass, feed, dirt and sand.  It quickly softens fecal impactions to a semi-liquid state without harming any living tissues.
Part 2 – Draws excess fluid from within the body into the dehydrated bowels where it’s needed.  Once proper hydration is restored, the bowels begin to function properly once more.
Part 3 – Restores the ionic solutions needed by the bowel smooth muscles to regain their motility.  In turn, this allows the now semi-liquid impaction to begin to move toward elimination.
Part 4 – Dissipates gas.  This deflates the painful distended bowels.  The semi-liquid fecal matter & gas are then passed.

SayWhoa immediately goes to work within minutes; peristalsis starts again within 10 – 30 minutes.  The horse owner can hear as bowel sounds return within 30 minutes on both sides of the horse’s abdomen.  Many horses have actually been documented to have returned to competition in the arena, show ring, or race track only hours after the bout has ended! 

What Is the Difference between “Normal” & “Abnormal”  Bout? A “normal bout” is considered an impaction, light sand, gas or spasmodic.

An “abnormal bout” is horse with bowels that are twisted, torsion, knotted, ruptured or blocked by foreign object (like eating plastic bag, etc.) excessive sand, gravel, stones, tumors or infected bowels.  Stops Colic cannot help with these.

After administering the  product, a horse owner will hear returning and/or stronger bowel sounds, within 10 – 30 minutes on both sides, if this is a normal bout.  The horse will also appear to be in better condition.  

If no sounds return and your horse does not appear better then your horse is having an ABNORMAL BOUT. and requires a vet.  This product cannot treat bowels that are twisted, torsion, knotted, ruptured, blocked by objects, excessive sand, gravel, stones or tumors, are experiencing heavy spasms or infected.  The product cannot always help a horse who remains symptomatic 1-2 days after a vet diagnosed and treated them conventionally for an impaction.

Currently over 300 feed stores, vet clinics and saddle shops are selling ‘SayWhoa!, predominantly in Texas.  Visit to find a retailer near you.   Through education to the public by feed store managers, riding instructors and professional trainers, the word has spread and now is trusted by thousands of horse owners as well as holistic vets.

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What is a Nurse Mare Foal?

So this topic may send some people into an uproar as nurse mare foals are a  by-product of another industry.  However, I am only writing this to comment on the foals and hopefully help these little guys have a life.  To me, if a human creates a foal, then it would be nice for a human to help it survive. All the other stuff, I’m not touching.


A nurse mare foal is the by-product of creating a nurse mare.  A nurse mare is an equine wet nurse.  Nurse mares are needed to nurse foals who’s natural mother has been taken away to be re-bred.  The newly orphaned “more valuable” foal is moved onto the nurse mare.  The original foal of the nurse mare is outta luck.


People say that this doesn’t happen.  I think that argument would come as a surprise to the well established rescue facilities that take as many of these foals as they can afford — every foaling season.






Last Chance Corral is a rescue in Ohio that specializes in Nurse Mare Foals.  They are set up to feed and house babies with special needs (no mothers…).  This is a huge and expensive endeavor.   They need help and I do love helping the most innocent survive.  These babies don’t ask to be born to be immediately discarded… So sad.

LET’S HELP LLC feed and care for these babies while they wait to be adopted!  Milk replacer, special feeds, plasma… all the medicines needed for babies is very costly, but vital.  Thank you in advance!

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  If you receive this post via email, click here to donate!  (Thank you!)From the Last Chance Corral FB page:Do we have any other foals available for adoption? Yep, here they are.
“Happy ending” born 4-23-22 bay paint filly (one of the twins) read about her and her brother in another post.
“Johnny Karate ” aka Wimpy born 4-21-22 Gaited black paint colt. He will be a smaller horse. When he first got here his little legs were going every which way like a tiny one man karate army. He was also a little angry with us and put up a stink about it. After a couple of warm bowls of milk he softened his stance on his new life. He may be a little smaller than his counterparts… but no one messes with Johnny Karate. Adoption fee 250
” Maureen O’Hara” born 4-23-22 Red filly. My guess is TB dad and a mixed mom. She would be a great match with her sister Scarlet. They have the same birthday and possibly the same dad. But she could go with another. Adoption fee 250
“Scarlet O’Hara” born 4-23-22 Red filly. Body and color match up with Maureen. Another tall well built cross breed. You can’t go wrong with these Irish gals. Adoption fee 250
“She’s a Knock-out” aka KO. She is super fancy, put together correctly, balanced and athletic with wonderful movement and a nice floaty trot. Great dressage prospect. She would pair well with “Marvel” . They are both going to be very tall. Adoption fee 500
“Marvel” dark bay or black filly born 4-7-22 trots. Mom is a big mixed gaited mare, dad is TB. She will be very dark, perhaps even black. She will be a tall mare well over 16HH. To adopt,  please email:   or call Rebecca 352-322-5571Adoption fee:  $250 If you have been approved to adopt – IF YOU ARE PRE-APPROVED you may call Victoria740-594-4336 or Rebecca 352-322-5571

All of the foals posted yesterday are still available!! Visit to learn how to get approved to adopt. Be a hero, adopt!


These three orphaned nurse mare foals came in HOT today. And yes they are HOT! Just take a look, I am sure you’ll agree. The buckskin “Moonraker” has already been spoken for but the other two are still available.
“Tomorrow” never dies. born 4-26-22 black gaited paint really nicely put together, an in-your-pocket type colt. He is just a sweetheart. He is looking for love and bonds quickly.
“Sarana” born 4-25-22 palomino paint filly she has minimal markings but surprise the end of her tail is golden!


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