Las Vegas TIP Challenge

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“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work.” 🌟 “I’m so excited to share with you all that my little mustang Indie and I were the Overall Champion’s for the Youth at the Las Vegas TIP Challenge!!! I am so proud of this mustang! The past 100 days have […]

“Show Me the Bucks” …

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Originally posted on Cat’s Instagram I’d like to introduce to everyone “Show Me the Bucks” aka Buckley — my 2020 Retired Racehorse Project prospect! 🐎 Yes, I convinced myself to buy myself a non-mustang… feels crazy!! Buckley is a 4 year old Thoroughbred I will be retraining all throughout next year to *hopefully* compete at […]

Meet #7815

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For those of you who follow my personal Facebook page, you probably saw my posts during our trek to Texas to fetch the latest mustang to join the herd for a makeover. The Las Vegas TIP Challenge, to be exact. There’s something about competing in Las Vegas, the very state where the majority of our […]

Meet Clyde

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“Yesterday I drove a little over 6 hours total to pick up this unbranded mustang gelding that has been surrendered to the rescue. He is 7 years old— born out of a BLM mustang mare. He was in a tough situation, and while he was properly cared for, it wasn’t the right environment for him […]

The Wave of Rescues Continues…

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My friend, April, forwarded an interesting article to me this weekend. It was about a camp program in her area where campers help gentle mustangs that will be rehomed. What an amazing camp program for teenagers! Unfortunately, what struck me the most about the article was some of the statistics that the reporter quoted: 88,000 […]

Who Cares for Mustangs?

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Full Disclosure: This is written by Cat’s mom, Sarah Price, not Cat. Ever since we rescued those three starving mustangs in Georgia (out of 24, by the way), I have heard more about starving mustangs…often by “trainers” who are supposed to care about these magnificent animals. Our Annie was sold to be a companion horse […]