My name is Marsha, and I met Casey face to face, literally, for the first time on November 24, 2018.
I so wish my husband Moses could see Casey, too.
As an older lady getting to connect with a horse like Casey was the highlight of my life.
I have known NC Matheny for over thirty years. With his love for all animals, the care and compassion he has, few people can only dream
For me... I am somewhat of a city boy, so meeting Casey was a great experience...
Casey was such a surprise to me when I met him for the first time. Here was this beautiful stallion living in a house.
As Andy watched NC care for Casey through one crisis after the other, he would just shake his head and declare, "The next time he will not be so lucky." After a few years, he admitted NC was just too stubborn to let the horse die!
I immediately saw Casey was a special horse, a one of a kind.
Casey never failed to put a smile on everyone's face. He was just overall a little ornery bundle of sunshine.
Our life was perfect together, I was living out a dream of a lifetime, sounds crazy to a non-horse person, but any horse enthusiast would jump at the thought of this chance.
Marc has been Casey's farrier for a number of years. How many farriers walk in the barn, squat down in front of your stallion and have a conversation.
I was honored that day. I will always remember him with great fondness
He was a farrier's dream
I grew up with Casey, and he was always magnificent.
I chuckled at some of his antics, followed by a kiss or two. I always found myself searching for a clean towel as I exited the barn.
A true one of a kind horse that touched many lives.
My most vivid memory of Casey is watching him play with a Jolly Ball® in his stall.
Casey was one of the sweetest horses I have ever encountered. I could tell, even from my brief visits, that there was something special about him.
It does one’s heart good to witness the strong bond that can be formed between a horse and an individual.
Casey and NC kept a spotless horse home that looked like a sultan’s palace.
The next thing I know, while standing next to Casey, he reached over and put my arm in his mouth.
My husband was as impressed as I was at Casey’s extraordinary life. Thankfully, we got the opportunity to meet him before he passed away. Truly a loved horse that will always be loved and forever missed.