Two months after a new horse was delivered to her ranch, Marie Timm found herself slammed into the corral dirt, barely escaping a flying hoof aimed at her head. Her ribs were badly bruised, a shoulder was nearly broken, and she sustained a mild concussion. Those injuries paled in comparison to the hurt welling up from her heart.
Astounded, confused, and angry that a horse portrayed to her as gentle and willing could be so much the opposite, and when the former owners refused to take this horse back, she began a journey of rehabilitation for him. The goal would only be to procure a new owner or, if necessary, have him humanely destroyed.
What ensued was not just a retraining for the horse, but a surprising journey of her own directed by God's gentle hand and voice.
That voice speaks to everyone who is willing to listen.