What if you discovered that you could eliminate most if not all of your horses’ health, hoof, and behavior problems by doing one thing. Seriously. One single thing.
Joe & Kathleen Camp have eight horses. Three mustangs straight out of the wild, a rescued American Saddlebred, two Arabians, a paint and a quarter horse. And at their farm there is no colic, no laminitis, no strangles, no insulin resistance, no ulcers, no founder, no navicular issues, no cribbing, pawing, kicking, weaving, pacing, or biting.
How did they accomplish all this? By eliminating stress. They banished it. Sent it packing. And you can too.
Joe never intended to write a book, never mind several. He and Kathleen were just trying to figure out how to keep and care for a small group of horses that had somehow landed quite unexpectedly in their front yard. They were two complete neophytes who, a few short months before, didn’t have a horse or a clue. So they were asking a lot of questions, and getting a lot of answers that didn’t seem to make any sense. After stumbling through mistake after mistake, digging through an enormous amount of research, and spending a great deal of time with their little herd they discovered that either they were stark raving nuts or there was something very wrong in this world of horses. That’s where The Soul of a Horse began. Thankfully for us it turned out that they weren’t nuts. At least not in the clinical sense. And it was too late for them to turn back.
“Joe Camp is a natural when it comes to understanding how animals tick and a genius at telling us their story.” - Monty Roberts, Author of NYT Best Seller The Man Who Listens to Horses
“One cannot help but be touched by Camp’s love and sympathy for animals and by his eloquence on the subject.”
Michael Korda - The Washington Post
“Joe Camp is a gifted storyteller and the results are magical.” Rick Lamb, Author and TV/Radio Host of The Horse Show
“Joe Camp is a master storyteller.”
The New York Times