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This Comment from Casey is what often happens when people do all of the things our Angels and the animal ask of them, Bill


Hi Bill,
It has been quite a few weeks since you spoke with my horse. I don't know if you remember us or not (I'm sure you speak to quite a few horses!), but my name is Casey and I'm from Round Hill, Virginia, you spoke with my gelding, Quincy. I wanted to give you an update. Since your talk with him, I started doing daily carrot stretches and tail pulls. I also started him on 4 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar twice a day (he really loves the taste). I noticed a marked decrease in him itching his body, though to my dismay, he still chooses to rub his tail bald. My veterinarian and I are stumped on that matter. I also started rubbing down that front right leg and both back legs from the stifle down after each ride with either aloe, poultice or mineral ice rub. I have noticed an incredible change in his performance since then! Also, I heeded your warning about how Quincy dislikes ring flatwork and despises dressage. I started taking him out a couple times a week to parks to trail ride or go for a hack down the road. And when footing permits, to do flatwork out in the field. I saw a HUGE difference! He is so much happier and when we go ride in the ring he gets to jump at least 5 jumps to make him happy, he's still too weak in his stifles to do more than that I think. When we trail ride, he is one of the bravest horses and likes to lead. He stopped spooking out of his left eye once I started telling him what was out there. I also had to lengthen my left stirrup a hole, I felt much more balanced that way and have noticed he is more balanced too. I also got brave and cracked his neck, the look on his face was of pure relief and the sound was very loud haha. He doesn't spend all of his day hiding in the stall anymore thankfully!
Overall, I couldn't be happier other than that darn persistant tail rubbing that I just can't seem to cure!!! I'm starting to wonder if it is just a habit now. You gave me incredible insight on my horse and his behavior. I couldn't have done it without you! Thank you very much!
-Casey and Quincy

Dear Bill:

It has been quite a while since we met at the Thoroughbred Club last September and I intended to write you much sooner to tell you how Annie and I did after your conversation with her. In fact I have composed many, many e-mails but never sent them because they just didn't seem to convey the message I wanted to send. Jeff was here last Sunday for dinner and he said, do it. So here I am. I hope you will forgive me for not writing sooner.

To begin with, I am very grateful for your insight.You have a very special gift. The first two shows we only had two clean runs, but then we got our act together and in October got our Masters in the Jumpers Division and three runs in the Standard Division( which I had almost given up on). I took what you and Annie told me and did what you said - much more relaxed, stood up straight, eased up on the pressure, etc. Believe me, it really worked. At our show in November, out of six runs we ran clean in five - an awesome showing for us.

We have run in three shows this year and have gotten three more standard runs. We are now only one run away from our Master Agility Title in the standard division. That is as far as we can go because of our ages and the number of points needed for the next big title. And it has never been a goal of mine, All I wanted was the two master titles. We have one and are so close to the second. We run again June 18 and 19. Wish us luck.

I am so glad that Ron and I ran into you that day and that you were able to talk to Annie. Some people do not believe in things like this, but I have always known that animals can communicate. You just have to listen and most people will not listen. You were right on target with us and where our problems lay. You have helped us more than I can say.

To put this into perspective, please remember that when I got Annie Laurie I was only a few weeks out of a wheel chair. I met the wrong end of a horse at the wrong time and shattered a leg. I began agility with her holding a leash in one hand and a cane in the other. I did not think I would ever walk again without a cane, much less run. So, to be running as I am is a gift from God. And I thank him for sending Annie to me.

At Christmas I gave myself a present of a Border Collie puppy. He is now six months old and I am introducing him to agility.

I hope I have expressed the gratitude and appreciation I feel for you. I hope also that we may meet again this summer. Ron and I want to come down for lunch at the T Club sometime in July. So, until then -

Thanks again from Anne and Annie Laurie. You told me that because of your special gift of communication with animals no one will sit in the same pew with you at church. Annie and I would be proud to sit with you.

Anne Shepherd

Dear Bill:
THANK YOU so much for the awesome class and your wonderful hospitality! I really appreciate everything you put into my stay and schooling to make it a most magical and informative time. Arati

Dear Bill,
What a pleasure it was to finally meet you yesterday and I am satisfied you are indeed blessed with the gift of being able to communicate with our dear friend, the horse.
Being with you as you communicated with our horse was nothing short of being a wonderful experience and tomorrow based on your evaluations the chiropractor will attempt to correct her spinal misalignment. If she goes back in training I will make sure it is with a small caring trainer who will give her the attention she craves and deserves.
I would love to attend one of you classes so that may learn your technique and extend the benefit of that to the horses in my care. M

Hi Bill,
It was great to meet and study under you. Before training, I had no expectations other than I hope what I learn can help all the animals I work with.
Boy were my eyes opened during this phenomenal experience! The biggest wake up and aha moment was being made aware to recognize negative energy that exists around us all, the harm it causes, but know it can be shifted or converted to beneficial energy. Every Vet, person in medicine, and healer should receive your training before they further their education.
Joseph

Hi Bill,
Just wanted to say how nice it was to meet you yesterday and thank you for lunch! Your work is fascinating and I am so happy I was able to witness it.

Dear Bill,
just thought I would let you know how amazing you are!!!!!!!!!!!!! I had Sadie vetted and said nothing about what you had told me. She found her sore on the suspensory branches of both forelegs although one more than the other. Buffy our vet did not want me to go further with her as she felt it could be a sign of thinks to come. The owners x-rayed her fetlocks at their cost and they were fine. She has only been in work 2weeks and is very extravagant a mover and I feel just done too much too soon.Therefore I have decided to buy her and have dowsed her to my best ability and she needs rhus tox (homeopathic remedy for ligaments) plus another one called bellis perrinis which is for the female genital system and lastly Manuka honey.If you think I have missed something with her please tell me.I am also not sure to keep her in light work or rest her ---everyone keeps telling me to keep working her ???
Anyway thankyou so much and what a wonderful gifted being you are and how lucky am I to have met you!!!!

Bill:
Keep your fingers crossed that our filly continues on this exciting path. We can't thank you enough for your evaluation which lead us to purchase Lullaby!
Stay well Bill - you are such a charming gentleman. I absolutely fell in love with your warm gentle southern accent, soft beautiful blue eyes and your genuine compassion for what you do. You ARE special and this world is so much more wonderful with you in it!
With warmest aloha,
Colleen

Thanks Bill,
That information about that horse today, was invaluable. I would not have know how severe its problem was, without you and probably taken a gamble on it!! It is a lovely horse in all aspects--- except that!!!
Looking at that leg when it moved, the problem was slightly visible but when I rode it and asked it to take some weight on it..... the horse was clear--- it really couldn't do it!! We would have been having all kinds of behavior problems down the track.
That kind of issue I can do without --- it would be impossible to on sell the horse -- without total honesty.
As always, thanks so much for your help.... I'll keep looking and hope the right one finds me!! Ttfn, G

We picked up that this ankle was sore but the trainer did not believe us until she got to check it out.
Thanks again for the help with Izzy. That left ankle has a bad case of scratches under the hair coat, very sore to the touch!... I told him that we were going to make him feel better and he sighed.
Take care,
Sarah

Timely advice!!
Thanks Bill,
That information about that horse today, was invaluable.... I would not have know how severe its problem was, without you and probably taken a gamble on it!! It is a lovely horse in all aspects--- except that!!!
Looking at that leg when it moved, the problem was slightly visable but when I rode it and asked it to take some weight on it..... the horse was clear--- it really couldn't do it!! We would have been having all kinds of behavour problems down the track.
That kind of issue I can do without --- it would be impossible to on sell the horse -- without total honesty.
As always, thanks so much for your help.... I'll keep looking and hope the right one finds me!! Ttfn, G