Firefly is a Kiger Mustang, her dam was wild caught and her sire was one generation away from wild caught (Kiger Sundance). She was left out in a herd so was for all intents and purposes, was wild when I got her. When I first met her she pinned her ears and bared her teeth at me. These vids were taken a few years ago...
Some of that wonderful mustang stubbornness! (No critique please haha, it was an unexpected, horrible lunging session!)
Also, @furbabymom, I had posted before that a mare that I show looks just like horse, so I wanted to post a pic of her! I can't find any good ones, but she really is a dead ringer for your Sally! We don't know what she is, but we've always assumed she has some 'stang in her!
He's super pretty! Your in wa state? Did you get this guy out of kelso? I am looking into adopting a mustang from the BLM Mustangs in Kelso next month!
He's from the Burns, Oregon BLM holding facilities, which is the same place that the horses at the Kelso adoption will be coming from. They have some really nice horses there. Something to keep in mind that the horses at the Kelso adoption are probably still going to be resembling woolly mammoths in their winter coats (winter temps go below freezing with added wind chill practically every night where they're from)... but they're almost always gorgeous underneath that hair. My boy is a shaggy critter right now, and I've been grooming him religiously!
If you have any questions about getting a mustang, gentling, etc I'd be happy to help! There's also several groups on Facebook where people are REALLY helpful and knowledgeable about the mustangs. It's pretty cool the amount of community you can find among mustang owners and admirers.