MUSTANG GENTLING




This blog is about the gentling of wild Mustangs and their stages of training.

































Thursday, March 4, 2010

Just 2 & 1/2 weeks to go!

Well tonight was decision night and it was a hard one to make. But Santana is just not able to compete in the riding portion in the EMM. His health issues early on has set me back a month and a half. He's just not ready for the riding portion and I'm just not going to push a horse that isn't ready. But we will do the i...n-hand and rute every else on!. Now I am asking everyone to vote for Krissy Matherson in the competion for favorite trainer as we will not be ready to compete for that. She deserves to have the chance to compete over me. Thank you.
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3 comments:

Patricia Barlow-Irick said...

I was looking at the EMM horses to be available soon and noticed that one of them didn't move right in the video clip. I notified the Makeover people. All the horses should be screened before they get assigned to trainers! What a heartbreak for you... but in looking at your page you have had some drop-dead gorgeous mustangs in your life. So however sorry I felt for you, now I am just a little bit jealous! I adopted a mustang with EXTREME conformation problems. I worry now because he has a persistent low level cough. But he is sweet and he smiles. That is the thing that gets me, he smiles! You can see him on you tube if you look for the "mustang tamer stick" video. I want to thank you for caring about your horse and doing a great job in the face of what must have been a huge disappointment.

mkyamse said...

I think it is wonderful that you are not pushing him when he's not ready. I had to make the same difficult decision with my GEMM horse, Faith. This competition is about the horses. It is obvious that you realize this. Thanks.

sanjeet said...

I worry now because he has a persistent low level cough. But he is sweet and he smiles.
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