Archive for November 2013

Chris Lombard Speaks out.

Chris Lombard, renowned trainer-clinician and author of my personal favorite book “Land of the Horses” wrote this about Born Wild, “I loved this book on so many levels. From my perspective as a horse trainer and clinician. As a person who wants to care for his horses in the best way possible. And as a reader who wants to fall in love with a story.


“I work with as many as 200 different horses each year and I can say Read More→

At last! Noelle is crossing thresholds!


Thresholds that have been four years coming with our first-ever mustang. We re-started our No Agenda Time with Noelle a few weeks ago, before Born Wild was published (see Chapter 16); and three out of the last five nights she’s told us that it’s paying off. As you probably know we believe that relationship and trust must come first. Before anything. And it must come from the horse’s own choice, of her own free will. Then everything – and I mean EVERYthing – changes. There are many different reasons why it’s taken her this long Read More→

Thank You so much!

Thank you so much! Yesterday Born Wild was both the #1 and #2 (Kindle & paperback) Bestseller on Amazon (Horse Books). Why Relationship First Works was #3, and The Soul of a Horse was #4! Wow! Wow! Wow! Thank you everybody! The horses thank you!!

The anxiously anticipated  sequel to the National Best Seller
The Soul of a Horse – Life Lessons from the Herd


“Joe Camp is a master storyteller.” – The New York Times

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At Last. Meet Malachi. Star of Chapters 6 & 9 in Born Wild

I had never laid hands on an unhandled horse.

Or touched a new foal, handled or otherwise.

Never mind one conceived in the wild.

So you might think I’d be nervous.

For reasons unknown I didn’t think I was. I was just anxious. Excited. At least that’s what I kept telling myself.

The appropriate term, I believe, is naive. Read More→