Extreme Mustang Makeover
The Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF) mission is to increase adoption of wild horses held in the Bureau of Land Management’s corrals and long term holding facilities. The BLM is currently responsible for more than 50,000 horses in short term and long term care.
The Mustang Heritage Foundation works to promote the Mustang’s versatility, trainability, and worth as an equine companion through innovative and exciting gentling programs and competitions including Extreme Mustang Makeovers, Mustang Million, Youth and Yearling Mustang Challenges, Youth “Camp Wildfire,” and the Trainer Incentive Program. Over 5,000 American Mustangs have been adopted through the Mustang Heritage Foundation since 2007.
The Extreme Mustang Makeover is a wild horse training competition will offer two divisions: Youth, ages 8-17, can compete with a mustang they adopt in-hand and adults, ages 18 and over, will ride their assigned mustang in preliminary classes to compete for a spot in the top 10 freestyle finals. This event will award $25,000 in cash and prizes. All adult mustangs will be available for adoption after the event.
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Thank you to Poulin Grain for sponsering these Mustangs!
Feeding E-Tech has helped them fill out, gain muscle and created a stunning shine to their coats!
2015 Mustang Makeover
4 year old mare from Adobe Town, Wyoming
Sarah Price at the Extreme Mustang Makeover
2016 Mustang Makeover
4 year old Mare from Conant Creek, Wyoming
Chelsea Miller at the Extreme Mustang Makeover
2017 Mustang Makeover
4 year old, "3 Strike" mare from Red Rocks Lake, California
My Addiction (Maggie)
Miranda Tollefson at the Extreme Mustang Makeover