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post #21 of 22 Old 03-05-2012, 01:59 PM
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Yes, the BLM is by no means breathing down your neck. I kept my colt in an approved pen for the gentling process, but I moved him to a more formal boarding facility once he was halter broke. I just sent the BLM an email saying hey he's gentled and I'm moving him to this address and they emailed back essentially saying "cool thanks"! No biggie.

I call all the shots. The only things I can't do is sell my mustang to slaughter or use him for rodeo stock... neither of which I have even the smallest amount of interest in.
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post #22 of 22 Old 03-14-2012, 08:40 PM
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There is a trainer involved with TIP about five minutes down the road from me, Eolith :) I worked with her for a couple months last summer. Her Mustangs are AWESOME and she has her own brand of natural horsemanship that I really like. If I do adopt I'm definitely going there.

At the moment I don't have the funds to support my own horse (not to mention I'm starting college!) so I've been trying to talk my instructor into adopting one as a barn project. We already have a two year old Welsh cross gelding that will be starting his training this summer and adding another gelding wouldn't be too hard. We just need a Mustang that's a thinker and very people oriented, because it's a lesson barn and there are kids everywhere.
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