Yesterday, I wrote a blog about the importance of the connection between the trainer and the horse in order to do liberty work with your horse. It’s all about the connection. For those who didn’t see the video, I’m posting it here again–and if you click on the video, you can subscribe to Cat’s YouTube channel:
Well, we believe so firmly in this concept of connecting with the horse, that Cat wants to help other new (or not so new) mustang trainers and share some of her techniques when starting mustangs. So CZ Mustangs is excited to announce that Cat will be hosting a demonstration and educational lecture at our ranch in Archer, Florida on January 19th from 10:30 to 12:30 (possibly will run later).
Geared toward new mustang owners (particularly those picking up their mustangs in Ocala the next weekend for the Mustang Heritage Foundation’s Extreme Mustang Makeover), Cat will discuss her approach to gentling a new mustang, the basics of groundwork foundations, and the methods that she has used to develop a better connection with her wild mustangs. Additionally, Cat will demonstrate and perform with several of her mustangs from previous Extreme Mustang Makeovers as well as a few of her rescues.
Special guest lecturers will speak about nutrition and basic vet care for new wild mustangs. We have a few other surprises up our sleeves for this event. But you have to attend in order to learn about them. 🙂
There is NO CHARGE for attending this event if you are a Mustang Heritage Foundation member so don’t forget to renew your membership. Auditors and the general public are welcomed for a $15 fee (unless you are a member of the Mustang Heritage Foundation in which case it’s free). Space is limited so priority will be given to trainers who have applied to the Extreme Mustang Makeover event in Ocala or elsewhere.
Please RSVP to the January 19th event by clicking here.
P.S. If you haven’t applied to be in the Extreme Mustang Makeover, there’s still time. Click here to apply to one of their upcoming makeovers.