Maxwell's Journey

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The Race Horse: Maxwell's Journey 

My Heart, My Self & Maxwell's Journey

Winning Race horse; Maxwell's Journey has a special meaning to his name, its in honour of one extremely special and brave young boy: Maxwell Taylor. 'Max' loves going to the Woodbine's race tracks to watch and cheer on 'his race horse' and Win or lose He's always happy to go back again. Click the photo to read the full article written by Jennifer Morrison and for more photos of 'Max' and Maxwell's Journey.                                              

"Allen Desruisseaux and his wife Jo Tambeau, grandmother to Max Taylor and Maureen Hewitt-Topp who wanted to name the colt in honour of Danielle Taylor's brave boy."

Jennifer Morrison - Woodbine Entertainment



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new book 





Kerrie Lee Brown a Women's Health Advocate Just released her first book "My Heart, My self: Knowing When To Slow Down Is Half The Battle"  Her book is a heartfelt guide for women who do too much and the warning signs. Recently Kerrie had given a signed copy of her book to Maxwell, and later Max thanked her with a FaceBook post and photo with a heart felt thank you sign. Part of Kerrie's book proceeds will be donated directly to Maxwell's Journey. With a huge amount of appreciation we want to thank Kerrie for her contribution and We encourage all of you to purchase her amazing book to support both Kerrie and Maxwell's Journey!!!

Miracle Max keeps on moving


Check out one of the first articles written on Max when he was 2!! "This is Max's daily miracle. He's here." 

July, 23, 2013 The Cambridge, Record

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