Jasper knows how much he was loved
AMANDA SAYS Jasper says he passed over about a week-and-a-half ago. A tumour in his cheek and jaw was undetected until it was too late. He was only about nine. A grandfather figure on a farm comes through and shows me he picked up Jasper when he passed.
Jasper thanks Krystie-lee for having him over the last two years. He isn’t the type of horse that loves people – I think Krystie-lee was the only human he really trusted.
Jasper shows me he was abandoned during the later part of his life, and that he had two shoulder injuries that couldn’t recover properly.
Jasper shows me he used to gently nudge Krystie-lee to show her affection. Jasper shows me a foal he is mentoring and loved called Picardi. He is proud that Picardi will be a dressage horse.
KRYSTIE-LEE SAYS I reached out to Amanda after having to put Jasper down after he was diagnosed with cancer. It was the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make – I was having a really difficult time accepting it, constantly blaming myself for what happened.
The reading blew me away. I couldn’t believe it when she said Jasper was living happily on a farm with my grandfather Poppy, who I was extremely close to.
She also mentioned my special foal Picardi, who idolised Jasper. Jasper wasn’t normally a big fan of other geldings but he loved Picardi.
Knowing Jasper is safe, happy and knew that he was loved is more than I could ever ask for.
Krystie-lee was the only human he really trusted.