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About CG Equine

The goal of CG Equine is two-fold. One is to help the horse heal and live optimally through the bodywork and technologies used. The second is to educate people on how to help their horses through their daily interactions through the communities where we share resources and the clinics where we share our knowledge.

Our Values:

  • We believe in creating a safe space for horses and humans to turn inward and advance on their internal and external journeys.

  • Education and uplifting through understanding and discovery are our mission’s core.

  • We must be open and guide the best way for the individual and then see where the individual will go with it!

  • There is an innate mind-body connection in every being, and nurturing one without the other is futile.

Cara Greenacre

Cara Greenacre is an Equine Osteopath  (EDO® registered with the IREO) and the owner of CG Equine Works.  When she is not working on horses or in the office, you will find her furthering her education on functional anatomy and bodywork techniques or advancing her understanding of horse in training and biomechanic-based dressage.  She has recently joined the CSU DVM Class of 2027.


Cara often says “If you listen, the horses will answer your questions. If you are open, you will learn all you need to know.” Cara started her journey with horses at 7 years old and has not stopped learning since. 


Cara attended a Pre-Veterinary Bachelor’s program with Vet School in mind, but after learning from her own health and her equine partner at the time, she decided a different approach was needed. After searching for a few years, she has found the bodywork modalities that work with the natural corrective systems and later, Equine Osteopathy. Cara studied Equine Osteopathy through the Vluggen Institute and continues to practice her multitude of bodywork modalities.  


Cara’s main goal is to help the horse and rider progress on their journey. She is always available to help answer questions!

Hennessey's Legacy

A king, nay, a legend among horses. At least, that's what Legacy (aka "Leggy") will tell you. A 12 y/o Trakehner gelding, he has lived a varied life:

Originally backed by cowboys and trained exclusively indoors for hunter/jumper competitions, Legacy had a myriad of mobility issues and a crippling fear of puddles before partnering with Cara to begin the next stage of his life's journey.

After receiving help from some of the world's best osteopaths, he is now back in work and training for dressage. He loves to be featured in our educational material!

Likes: dressage, looking good

Dislikes: cowboy hats, store bought food


AKA "Clam", this warrior princess is a 5 y/o Oldenburg GOV mare and one of the smartest cookies around. She is just now beginning work under saddle as she sustained a head injury at 4 months old with lasting repercussions. Now that all of these structures have been mobilized, she is ready for work and loves dressing up to "dance" with Cara.

She is being trained with a dressage focus but is looking forward to trail adventures too.

Clam is excited to assist with educational videos soon!

Likes: dancing, being a good girl

Dislikes: abrupt face touching, not succeeding on the first try

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