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    06-08-2012, 06:56 AM
I love her!!

She just has such a regal look to her and such kind eyes!

Can't wait until your hubby get some PRO shots of her. She's just so beautiful!
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    06-08-2012, 11:06 AM
I know! I can't wait until she's really comfortable with being groomed, so I can get her all shiny, then pose her out in the sun. This was one of the better shots. It was still a little tricky for my hubby because she wanted to be in the shadow of the fence slats, and he had to take pictures through the fence. He's also working with a new filter that threw him off a little.
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    06-08-2012, 12:08 PM
Your horse is stunning! In the past year I have trained 2 mustangs from wild to trail riding all day kinda horses. They are definitely different than working with domesticated horses. They take basically the same principles though. I enjoy working with my mustangs and in the near future I will be getting another. I hope to find one like yours who is draft looking. I am going to a adoption in the morning!
    06-08-2012, 12:17 PM
Good luck with the adoption. With the group at my adoption, it seems the Oregon herd has a lot of draft blood in it. My girl definitely has a Percheron build.
    06-08-2012, 12:22 PM
Originally Posted by Chessie    
Good luck with the adoption. With the group at my adoption, it seems the Oregon herd has a lot of draft blood in it. My girl definitely has a Percheron build.

I will be looking for one tommorrow that has the look I am looking for as this will be my 3rd mustang at my barn :P I really enjoy them!
    06-08-2012, 04:27 PM
Mustangs are amazing! Mine has a problem with his tendon and is now lame so we had to discontinue training a while ago, but we still do ground work and such. Even as companions, they are amazing.
    06-13-2012, 10:52 PM
Hey sounds like your doing great with your girl they are such amazing horses

Here's a link to my five wild stallions 16 days from muster posing together. the wild horse project: Thought you all might like this...

Love working with them every minute of the day. They are such fast learnres and it's such a rewarding process

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