Book Giveaway: The Ultimate Guide for Horses in Need


Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

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13 Responses

  1. Deby Estel says:

    As an animal communicator, I speak to horses (and all animals) all over the world. Most are rescues and have their own stories to tell of the neglect, abuse, feeling like trash, etc. This book would give me more insight to improve my skills in helping these unwanted equines as I am able to transmute these non beneficial energies and emotions from their being..

  2. Jane Knaak says:

    I would love to win this book!! My dream is to at some point take in senior geldings to live out their lives being loved & taken care of. I currently have a 33 year old gelding. He wasn’t a rescue but he’s my heart & soul. Taking care of him has made me appreciate what some horses don’t have in their lives & I want to fix that one horse at a time.

  3. Linda Schaap says:

    I have two seniors …this book could be useful for me in caring for their golden years

  4. Susan says:

    I have done only rescues of all the animals in my life. I pursue any opportunity to learn and to find ways to make things better for them. My current rescue has now lived for 7 additional years in my care and is the happiest I could ever imagine, both physically and mentally. He is bright, alert and healthy and is now able to gallop around the fields with joy in comfort:)))

  5. Peggy Gunter says:

    I have owned horses for over 50 years. The most talented and challenging was a rescue. What I have learned is that I am still learning.

  6. Shelley Senkbeil says:

    We have an elderly gelding and 2 younger horses. When the time comes and the elder needs help across, we plan to seek a senior horse to keep the younger horses company. I would love to have this book to give guidance toward that goal.

  7. dave ramsden says:

    I am a farrier and bodyworker. I have horses given to me all the time. some with health problems , some not. I find good forever homes for them. some have stayed at my farm for a year before I thought they where ready to be rehomed. This book would give me and my clients better knowledge to keep the horse healthy for years to come. Hope everyone has a great day.

  8. Susan Deakin says:

    This book would be very helpful to me as the owner/manager of a boarding barn with horses that all have various health issues. Some are seniors, some have IR and some with Lyme disease. In 40 years, I’ve seen a lot of horse problems and it would be helpful to know how to feed a horse who needs some extra special help!

  9. Debora Lay says:

    I run The Wings Programs Inc, horse rescue in Montana. This would be a wonderful resource for our volunteers and staff to have in our office to read and refer to in their daily activities. I can talk and talk but sometimes reading is easier for others to comprehend and understand the needs of our residents.

    • Casie says:

      Congrats, Debora–you’re name was picked to win The Ultimate Guide for Horses in Need. Be on the look out for an email from me!

  10. Marie says:

    I would love to win this book. Anything I can do to be a more educated horse owner is appreciated.

  11. Katie says:

    As an Animal Science major, I took an animal behavior course in college and fell in love. We looked at various species of animals, but horses are what I am most interested in. I would love to win this book to gain more experience on the topic.

  12. Jennifer says:

    Would to have more info on giving best care possible to my horses!

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