I called Kathy George a couple of months ago. I was very skeptical. But I thought, ah what's $25 for 15 minutes on the phone?
WOW. Was I amazed. There was many, many things she said that there was NO way she could have known, even if she had researched me on the internet first.
You make an appointment on her website, and call her the day/time of the appointment. She obviously knows your name ahead of time, as you have made an appointment. When you get her on the phone, all she asks for is the horse's barn name, their color, and their age. That's it. And she just starts going ....
I called asking her about my horse Red. She told me to talk to him just like you'd be having a conversation with any person. She somehow "sees" him. Because she described that he was having pain in his right jaw or right mouth (she wasn't quite sure which area he was showing her). And then 2 months later when I was able to get the equine dentist out for Red's first dental visit, guess what he found? A big hook on his right side.
She also said that Red said I ride a lot more forward than his previous rider, but it didn't bother him much. And that is one of those things there's no way she can know. Because I had been riding more forward and up in my stirrups in order to sit his stride better. I have next to zero pictures of us riding posted on the internet, so that's something she couldn't have researched. So I don't know how she'd know that.
She also described his personality dead on.
I then also had her speak to my yearling colt, who had just moved in with Red the previous week. Again, she nailed his personality. She said that Shotgun said "oh this is where we live now? Cool. Where's the beer?" Which is totally his laid back personality. We both laughed at that. She also said Shotgun wasn't too fond of Red because he was bossy, which is true because Red put a lot of bite marks on him those first couple weeks. Thankfully that's gotten better!
But the very thing that makes me doubt she is a scam, is SHE said that my old horse was talking to her and was happy to be home again. I did not say one word about taking my old horse home to my parents house, when I moved Shotgun up to be Red's buddy. There is absolutely no way she could have known that. That was actually pretty creepy when she started talking about him, when I hadn't mentioned anything about him.
So unless someone can tell me how she knew the things she did (and I didn't have time to type ALL the mind blowing things she said), I guess I'm a believer until proven otherwise.
For the record, my husband did think I was crazy after I told him I talked to Kathy George, haha.
She also mentioned Red was either having stomach or breathing issues on his right side. The vet and the chiro are scheduled to come out in a few weeks, so I will be interested to see what they find!
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