Mustang Book Giveaway!


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

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26 Responses

  1. Hi, I would love to win this book because I have 28 years of experience in the saddle but I’m always wanting to learn more to broaden my equestrian training methods. My biggest focus when starting a colt is building the relationship and trust first then allowing the horse to work with me becuase he/she wants to, not becuase I’m forcing it. I believe this book would provide me additional insight on not only training methods but also the connection between women and horses! (:

  2. Hello… I would love to win this book as I have had horses since I was 13 and am always looking for suggestions and help for training horses with the kindness ways possible. Have bred and raised ponies for driving and riding and have trained a few horses also. However, there is always something new to learn!!! Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

  3. Mary Loomis says:

    I love stories like these!

  4. Jane Knaak says:

    As a lover of all things horse….this sounds like a perfect book for me. I have friends who love to read as much as I do so we are constantly sharing the good books we find. I would love to win this book to ready myself & share with other horse lovers!

  5. Linda Schaap says:

    I’d really like to read this book as I come across so many “wild” horses as I do equine body work and evaluations. Also, it would be good for any horse.

  6. Bill Earl says:

    Hi. I waited a long time for the opportunity to ride.
    This is my story: Learning to Ride Later in Life- Bitless & Bareback
    I still read everything I can about horses.

  7. Carol says:

    Thank you for the contest! This book is exciting to me, as it is my dream to adopt a Mustang! I have had 2 horses, and currently have a mule. I use natural methods of training, and am very interested to see how Vivian trained her Mustang.

  8. Sally K Simonelli says:

    I’d like to win this book because I really appreciate Mustangs.

  9. Joyce Dorsey says:

    I am a student of animal behavior and would love to read about the author’s journey. Thanks so much for having the contest-it’s wonderful to learn about meaningful books.

    • Jody says:

      I would love to read your book. Mustang Sally owned my heart for 27 years. I would like to read about your journey with Mona. I found Sally to be very bright and very aware of her surroundings, she was an amazing teacher. Comparing journeys will be fun.

  10. Mary says:

    How exciting! Thank you for offering this contest. I would like to read Mustang: From Wild Horse to Riding Horse as I have often considered adopting a Mustang. I am sure the book would give me lots of tips and issues to consider in case I am lucky enough to be a future adopter.

  11. Deby Estel says:

    I offer remote energy work for all animals and their persons. I specialize in equine health and behavior. I would love to read your book as I feel it will be very insightful for my communication with horses.

  12. Diane Lay says:

    I adopted a mustang mare, Lilly, almost three years ago. She was a third strike horse when Barb at Jicarillo Mustang Heritage Alliance rescued her. She is such a sweet girl! I am relatively new to horses as an older person so would love to read this book.

  13. Jill Roth says:

    I am intrigued that the cover shows that she is riding without a bit. Would love to read about their journey together! <3

  14. Lisa Patrick says:

    As a horse-lover for over 60 years, I love to hear the stories of others and the horses they love.

  15. Jan Grippo says:

    While I don’t have a mustang, I am interested in her training techniques to be able to apply them to an older horse I am training

  16. Shelley Senkbeil says:

    I adore reading about horses, inspiring people working with horses, horses, wild horses, horses, and of course horses.

    Given the stay home restrictions, I’m completely out of the many library books I have checked out and with my library closed until the end of the month I’ve r-rad many of my book collection, but I would love something new!

  17. I have a true passion for the mustangs. I started a non-profit for them to help find homes. I have 4 of my own and deeply believe these horses are so special and most people fail to understand their gift. I always look for new training tips especially from those who love them. I would cherish this book. I am trying to learn liberty wotk with a scooter as walking is challeneging for me.

  18. Shera Felde says:

    I have experience working with the personalities, mystery histories, and physical discomforts of our domestic friends. I love helping others with their new partners. I don’t have experience working with a horse from the range and yet, our state has many who need such trainers. I would love to give it a try!

  19. Karen Dale Kent says:

    I think it would be serendipitous if I was awarded this book. Fifteen years ago this July, I became an honored adopter of a BLM mustang colt. We have come far together on our journey, but we still have much further to go. I won’t put a bit in his mouth and riding bitless is basically unheard of here so learning what she did to teach her mustang, and perhaps herself, would be so beneficial to us in deepening our bond. Thank you.

  20. Kathy B. says:

    Had many dreams growing up of training a wild horse. I’d love to read Ms. Gabor’s book to learn about her journey. I’m sure a lot that she did could be used with just about any horse. I also have a friend that adopted a mustang and I would share the book with her as well. Horsemanship is a lifelong journey in my opinion and I’m an education junky. I think this book would be a great addition to my library.

  21. Jennell Kvistad says:

    I spent two years trying to adopt a mustang but couldn’t find a trainer in my area to put one under saddle for me. I finally decided to adopt a mother daughter pair from a local rescue instead. In one week they will arrive and I am thrilled to give them a home! But my dream of partnering with a Mustang lives on. One day I hope to fulfill that. Maybe this book will help.

  22. Cindy Jewett says:

    I would like to read this book to learn more ways to connect with my horse.

  23. Barbara Douglas says:

    I would love to read this book, having owned a few mustangs of my own, I would love to read about someone else’s journey with them. It is such a wonderful journey to be on. I hope I win a copy!

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