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For Anyone Who Loves Horses
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Susan's guest, Joe Camp , (the creator of the Benji series) knew nothing about the care of horses when he went for a trail ride one day. Two weeks later, he was the proud owner of three of them. What he and his wife Kathleen learned about how to truly care for the creatures, and how to build lasting trusting relationships between humans and horses, has profound meaning for anyone who owns or loves horses. There is nothing short of a revolution going on regarding some of the traditional practices of horsemanship. Don't miss hearing Joe's story.
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Joe Camp Part One
Joe tells Susan the story of how one simple horse ride turned him into a horse owner in just a few short weeks. Hey also shares some key things that everyone needs to know about horses.
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Joe Camp Part Two
Joe talks about some of the horse training lessons he learned from Monty Roberts, including the concept of the Join Up. He also talks about some of the signals a horse may give you, and how to establish yourself as the leader of the herd.
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Joe Camp Part Three
For those horse owners out there that don't have large tracts of land for their horses to run free on, Joe has some recommendations to help your animals feel less constrained. Also, find out if horseshoes are really necessary.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Joe Camp
Joe Camp, film writer, producer, and director, author, passionate speaker, and the man behind the canine superstar Benji, has become one of the nation's most respected and most inspirational voices for responsibility in the media. Joe believes that anything is possible if you work hard enough and have faith in yourself. He was told by industry experts not to bother with the original Benji film; that it wouldn't work. He proved the experts wrong and now he's at it again with his new best selling book The Soul of a Horse, published by the Crown/Harmony imprint of Random House.

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