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y separately published work icon Horses Who Heal single work   autobiography  
Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Horses Who Heal
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'Sue Spence is a gifted horsewoman, who has made it her life's work to use her horse whispering skills to help humans.

'All her life, Sue has found solace and companionship with her horses. After a brush with cancer in her late thirties, Sue and her husband opted for a tree change. As a result, she was able to fulfil a long-held dream: to work with horses every day. Her horse training and compassion for others quickly turned into a business, Horses Helping Humans™ - giving people a chance to learn from these intelligent, soulful creatures, including Sunny, the horse with whom Sue has a special bond.

'Horses Who Heal is the story of one woman's deep love for horses and the powerful life lessons they've taught her along the way. With Sunny always by her side, Sue's equine team are inspiring others on their own journey of healing, helping thousands of people - from juvenile offenders to company CEOs - discover the power of communication, using more than just words.' (Publication summary)

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Animal Affinity Angus Dalton , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: Good Reading , May 2016; (p. 18-21)

— Review of Horses Who Heal Sue Spence , 2016 single work autobiography ; Tracks Robyn Davidson , 1980 single work autobiography

'Dogs, cats, birds, horses, chimpanzees and even donkeys have played a huge role in the lives of many humans. Angus Dalton investigates memoirs that

celebrate the human–animal connection.'

Animal Affinity Angus Dalton , 2016 single work review
— Appears in: Good Reading , May 2016; (p. 18-21)

— Review of Horses Who Heal Sue Spence , 2016 single work autobiography ; Tracks Robyn Davidson , 1980 single work autobiography

'Dogs, cats, birds, horses, chimpanzees and even donkeys have played a huge role in the lives of many humans. Angus Dalton investigates memoirs that

celebrate the human–animal connection.'

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