Equine sarcoids are fibroblastic wart-like skin lesions that can locally invade subcutaneous and muscular tissues and result in cosmetic defects and interference with normal activities. Sarcoids can also be difficult to treat. Eighteen horses with sarcoids were presented to the author for treatment from 1995-2009. Based on the Ke cycle of Five Element theory, a single acupuncture needle was placed in the Ting point (Jing-well point, the first or last acupoint of a Channel located at the coronary band of the hoof) of the Channel that controls the Channel on which the sarcoid resided. The needle was left in place un-manipulated for 20 minutes. Acupuncture was repeated three times, 3-4 weeks apart. The diameter of the sarcoid for each horse was measured in centimeters at each visit and 5-7 weeks after the final treatment. The sarcoids significantly reduced in size following acupuncture treatment in 77.7% (14/18) of horses. The mean±standard deviations of the tumor size for all 18 tumors before and after treatment were 12.17±13.19 cm and 7.01±16.08 cm respectively and were significantly different at p=0.01 using a paired student t-test. For the 14 horses that responded to acupuncture, the mean±standard deviations of the tumor size before treatment and after treatment were 9.07±6.30 cm and 1.51±1.50 cm, which was significantly different at p=0.001 using a paired student t-test. Since Ting point acupuncture is simple, relatively inexpensive and has no adverse side effects compared to conventional sarcoid treatments, it may be useful for equine sarcoid treatment and further studies are warranted.