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Long story short, I might have one coming in.
A 6yo mare, half *** broke-green broke, I guess, but hasn't had much done with her in the last few years.

I've never had one or personally worked with one, so can anyone comment on what they're like? To ride, work with, their overall nature.

The few I've seen have been decent horses but truer to their 'wild' side than other breeds. How different are they actually? Does it take a different 'style' of training to get through to them?
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Amazing horses if trained properly. Very kind and trusting with proper training also. They are great riding horses because they live in rough terrain they dont trip or stumble often if at all. I have never had a bad experience with a mustang. But training is a very important factor for one that was in the wild.
 

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Hopefully you do Facebook. There is a large group….Extreme Mustang Makeover. I am sure that if you go there, you can find some wonderful help. Most there are the trainers who train them for the BLM competitions. Good luck!
 
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