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 for sure, horses that are cared for the way Joe Camp speaks about, are happier and much easier to train. MUCH easier to train. And as a horse owner, there is nothing like knowing your horses are happy and healthy. Living outside, in a herd, with nothing done to them that is for the convenience of the human but at the detriment to the horse. This great level of understanding how a horse is intended to live, and the ways we can help them to live that way, is the great beginning. All else falls in line from there. And as far as a reader, Joe’s writing has you heartbroken in one moment and then wanting to stand up and cheer the next. The ups and downs, all told with stirring description and great heart, had me from the start. And when I walked up to my horse, Rocky, after I had finished the book, I had a smile. We were, once again, so much better off for having followed Joe on another journey.”
“Joe Camp is a master storyteller.” – The New York Times
“Joe Camp’s new book Born Wild is making me late everywhere…I can’t put it down…Kudos Joe! besos…PS a lot of the horse advocates u know and love are included in Joe’s continuing wild horse adventure.” – Cate Crismani, Editor – True Cowboy Magazine
“This book is a must-read for anyone who has a true love for horses. Joe Camp puts into practice what he believes and I say Thank You to Joe and Kathleen and all of their horses from my horses because they have benefited from me reading this book and I know they appreciate it! READ THIS BOOK!!!!” – Mindy Herd