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a', Houston, TX
Posted: 9/30/2013 8:03:32 PM
Audrey, I'm glad that you have accomplished your dream and are living the life you have wanted since age nine. I'm also glad that the rains have stopped for your area. We here in Nebraska just had a 12 inch snow with single digits. The horses here have to be weather durable and fed extra feed to stay warm and deal with the extra energy to walk around in a foot of snow.

I hope that you have many years to enjoy that dream with Rio.

Happy Birthday Rio with wishes for you to have many more.
David, Omaha, NE
Posted: 1/11/2011 8:09:18 AM
Mustangs were a common "adoption" when I was young. Their intelligence FAR exceeds other breeds that have not been allowed to "survive" in worldly conditions.

Easy to train IF done correctly, One of my old favorites was an mustang we ... (ended up with by accident) had added by adopting ONE and getting TWO in the process.

LOVE the mustangs, considered getting another to be my OLD WOMAN horse, but after borrowing one for a race... I quickly remembered the rougher ride I could handle as a younger person.

MY old woman horse is a cold blooded horse with the same height as a mustang. And also MY DREAM horse.

Congrats on achieving that dream. BUT what's the next?
Amber, Fairview, NC
Posted: 1/10/2011 12:23:35 PM
I too have always loved Mustangs and now have 25 acres to put one on in Tennessee. My question is, are they difficult to train? I have never trained a horse, but definitely have a way with them.I'm of a "certain age" that would keep me from being able to do anything too strenuous - and advice would be appreciate. Enjoy your boy!
Kathleen, Decaturville, TN
Posted: 1/10/2011 10:05:48 AM

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