Archive for Foals

“Share a rare intimate narrative and an extraordinary book.”

By Helen Underwood Miller

“This is an extraordinary book. Every horse will be ever grateful to Joe Camp for writing it. Buy it for your daughters, sons, friends, fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, vets, farriers, neighbors, hay dealers, feed merchants, the local breeders, the people who muck out at their stables, the people who rent trailers, the people who have horse rescue centers. Buy paper copies and leave them accidentally Read More→

Amazon’s at it Again!

I’m excited! Amazon has another of our books on super sale! This time it’s the one I would most want you to read: Born Wild, the rest of the story. It begins where “The Soul of a Horse” left off, but with four more years of knowledge and experience. All 247 pages of our continuing journey and that of the golden stallion’s wild herd are on sale right now on Kindle for 99 cents, but only for the next three days! An Amazon #1 Bestseller; 4.5 stars!

Born Wild – The Soul of a Horse on Amazon

“I couldn’t imagine how Joe would top The Soul of a Horse, but he did! I just finished Born Wild. I could not put it down!” – Yvonne Rawleigh

“This book brings it home. Hated to put it down. Profound.” – J. Canfield

“Joe’s understanding and empathy for horses always amazes me…and his ability to translate it to us is equally amazing. So beautiful.” Cate Crismani – True Cowboy Magazine

“Thank you, Joe Camp, for loving so deeply and for being so passionate!” – Ruth Swander

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

Powerful Stories from Happier Healthier Horses Around the World

Rarely a day passes that doesn’t bring emails or posts heralding happier, healthier horses who have left their stalls, shoes, and sugars behind and are living the Wild Horse Model as closely as circumstances allow. Horses who now trust and forge relationship by their own choice, not ours. Unsolicited stories from people we did not know before they wrote. And they are the fuel that drives us ever forward, learning and writing, to make a difference for horses everywhere. After reading just the few below, grouped together for the first time, Kathleen said to me, “When you first contemplated writing that first book, when you told me how important you felt these discoveries were and how much you believed that we should make an effort to get this word out, you said, ‘If just one horse-human relationship could be changed for the better, if just one horse could be living a happier, healthier life then the all the effort would be worthwhile.’” She paused for a long moment and wiped away the beginnings of a tear. “Congratulations my Sweetie,” she said. “Mission accomplished.”

I hope you’ll open your heart and listen to what these horses have to say. Read More→

We Should All Listen to What These Horses Have to Say

Rarely a day passes that doesn’t bring emails or posts heralding happier, healthier horses who have left their stalls, shoes, and sugars behind and are living the Wild Horse Model as closely as circumstances allow. Horses who now trust and forge relationship by their own choice, not ours. Unsolicited stories from people we did not know before they wrote. And they are the fuel that drives us ever forward, learning and writing, to make a difference for horses everywhere. After reading just the few, now grouped together for the first time, Kathleen said to me, “When you first contemplated writing that first book, when you told me how important you felt these discoveries were and how much you believed that we should make an effort to get this word out, you said, ‘If just one horse-human relationship could be changed for the better, if just one horse could be living a happier, healthier life then the all the effort would be worthwhile.’” She paused for a long moment and wiped away the beginnings of a tear. “Congratulations my Sweetie,” she said. “Mission accomplished.”

I hope you’ll open your heart and listen to what these horses have to say. Read More→

Why No Agenda Time Works

You might remember that, for me, the most important element in Monty Roberts’ Join Up is that the choice to join up, to trust, belongs to the horse. It is not forced by the human. And when the horse makes that choice freely, of its own free will, everything changes. No-Agenda Time takes longer than Monty’s Join Up (which usually works for him in 30 to 40 minutes). Our No Agenda experiment with our new mustang Saffron took 35 days, but when it happened everything changed, like a flash, right before our eyes. Everything! As if she had just flicked a switch.

When we adopted her she had never willingly touched or been touched by any human. Read More→

Jack L. Kennedy Reviews Born Wild

“In Born Wild Joe Camp continues to demonstrate, in simple, unpretentious eloquence, how much we two-legged creatures can learn from horses. One of the rewards for reading the book is that it can be taken literally as the tale of a newborn horse fancier learning his craft, or as the road map for humanity on how to develop leadership in any herd. With humor, affection and discernment, Camp repeatedly underscores that true relationships are built on trust with any creatures.” From renowned education writer Jack L. Kennedy in a review of Born Wild for the Joplin Independent.

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

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