"Got Carrots? Rescued Horse" is an uplifting story about a rescued foal that teaches important real life values. Written by Patti Dammier, PhD candidate in psychology and author of Behavior Modification for Horses, the story is based on positive horse experiences within a tale that brings the horse world of Europe and the U.S. together. A humorous story about horses, a lost foal, and a kitten will entertain the horse enthusiast with the animal antics that take place at an equestrian school. During the riding classes, the students learn the fun equestrian disciplines: dressage, jumping, vaulting, and driving horses, as they also start an exciting adventure to learn to care for and train the rescued foal. While the foal's life hangs in balance, the students help by assisting with round the clock care. The combination of horse education and hands on experiences provide a creative mix of real life horse experiences. The stories of rejected, rescued horses, or average horses that are turned into exceptional mounts through positive training are inspirational to the horse enthusiast. This story provides ideas about training possibilities and interesting resources for horse lovers.