Saved by an Accident
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A red stallion named Bear lived with a family who didn’t want to go to the trouble of gelding him, so when he got aggressive as a stud, they sold him at auction. An aggressive coming four-year-old stud doesn’t have many prospects in this world, so a kill buyer bought him. During transport to slaughter, a terrible accident occurred taking the lives of several horses on board. Although Bear survived, they put him in a pen on the back of the property and neglected to care for him and the other survivors.
Debra dedicated her entire life to working hard and raising her daughter, Nicole. Being a retired empty-nester wasn’t so bad because she spent time with Nicole often. But when Nicole moves away with her husband, Debra is lonely and lost. When the sweet couple at the old feed store recommended that she start volunteering with the horses at Gabriel’s Rescue, she decided she had nothing to lose by trying it out. Not long after she started volunteering at Gabriel’s Rescue, she helps prepare the quarantine barn for seventeen horses that survived a horrific accident on their way to slaughter.
Grab your copy of Saved by an Accident to learn how a horse helps a woman overcome the loneliness and pain she’s feeling, and how a woman shows a horse how to love and trust again.
This story is about a real horse, named Brody. I’ve had the immense pleasure of getting to know Brody and I love him dearly.
All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to Blaze’s Tribute Equine Rescue, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to creating better futures for horses that have been abused, neglected, abandoned, and forgotten.
What a beautifully written emotional book! I loved everything about this book. It is full of family drama and horses. Once I started reading this book I couldn’t put it down. It will make you laugh, cry and feel every emotion in between. This book shows how cruel horses are treated at the kill pens and the pain and suffering they go through. Thank God for all the horse rescues that step in and try to save these poor innocent horses. Thank you Regina Walker for drawing attention to this horrible problem. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series.Five Stars for Saved by an Accident.