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[F.R.E.E] [D.O.W.N.L.O.A.D] [R.E.A.D] Joey: How a Blind Rescue Horse Helped
Others Learn to See
[F.R.E.E] [D.O.W.N.L.O.A.D] [R.E.A.D] Joey: How a Blind Rescue Horse Helped Others Learn to
[R.E.A.D] Joey: How a
Blind Rescue Horse
Helped Others Learn
Joey needed a second chance.The ranch needed a miracle.With her fledgling horse ranch,
Hope Reins, in dire financial trouble, the last thing Kim Tschirret needed was one more problem.
But when she met Joey, a former prizewinning jumper who had been abandoned, neglected, and
malnourished to the point of blindness, she saw in him the same God-given potential she saw in
every abused and abandoned child her ministry was created to serve.So, despite the challenges
that would come with caring for a blind and wounded horse, Kim took a leap of faith and brought
Joey home to Hope Reins.But as Joey struggled to adapt to his new surroundings, trainers, and
pasture-mate, the staffâ€s confidence began to falter. Could Joey learn to trust againâ€•to
connect with the children who needed him so badly? What if they couldnâ€t take care of Joey?
And how much longer could they afford to try?A heartwarming story of loyalty, friendship, and
healing, Joey is a profound testament to the power of blind faith.From the flap:
â€œ9-1-1, whatâ€s your emergency?â€•â€œYes, Iâ€m calling from the Nash farm off US 60.
There are several badly emaciated horses out in the field, and some of them appear to be
dead.â€•â€œOkay, maâ€am, someone from the sheriffâ€s department and animal control will
be there shortly.â€•Penny tucked her phone into her pocket and headed toward the stables.
â€œPlease, God, donâ€t let there be any more like these in there.â€•All of the stalls were empty.
Then, just as she was about to leave, she saw a hoof sticking out from behind the end stall.She
dropped to her knees, mud and manure seeping into her jeans. Her heart caught in her throat. She
recognized the familiar short blond tail, the white-and-black polka-dotted coat hidden beneath the
crusted-on mud and filth.Three dead, she lamented.The silence was broken by the sound of the
front gate slamming shut. The authorities had arrived.As she stood shivering in the rain while
answering the sheriffâ€s questions, a shout pierced the melancholy air. â€œHey! This one is
still alive!â€•Penny dashed back to the stalls, where an animal control officer held his hand against
the fallen horseâ€s spotted nose.â€œAre you sure?â€• she asked eagerly.â€œYes. I can feel air
coming from his nostrils.â€•â€œOh, thank God!â€• she said, fighting back tears.â€œMaâ€am?â€•
The sheriff looked at Penny. â€œDo you know this horse?â€•For the second time, Penny dropped
to her knees beside the animal.â€œI do,â€• she said, gently touching the horseâ€s face. â€œHis
name is Joey.â€•