HORSE SENSE and ABOUT US
The February 2016 LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
I would like to begin by saying how excited and thankful I am by the overwhelming positive response our debut January Issue has received! February is full of more articles, more ideas, more information all about mustangs, mules, equines in general, and life on the homestead. We are pleased to have contributing writer Laura Scott Dawson presenting the first of a three-part series on how Mustangs are uniquely different from domestic horses. Laura is also the founder of the Mustang Family Reunion Ride that will be taking place this June! We will be featuring this Totally Unique Approach to Horsemanship over the next months, giving you insight to what it is, who will be having clinics and how you can get involved. Just so you know, registration deadline for the Mustang Family Reunion Ride is April 1st! It is coming up fast, so book your spot while there are still some left.
Enjoy the February Issue of Wild Heart Mustangs! We hope you share it with your friends and continue to spread the word about our e-zine! Visit us on Facebook at Wild Heart Mustangs and like our page and share it. Updates on Facebook throughout the month will give you a peak about what exciting things we have planned for March! If you'd like to see an article about a specific subject, if you have a question or an idea, if you want to make a dedication to a military veteran and thank them for serving our country …. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! Go to our CONTACT page and let us know.
Congratulations to Tabatha S. in Pennsylvania – she was the lucky winner drawn this month for signing up on our mailing list on our CONTACT page. She has a special Wild Heart Mustang gift headed her way. Our February winner could be you!
All the best,
ABOUT WILD HEART MUSTANGS
Established in 2015 by photographer Mary Lainhart, Wild Heart Mustangs promotes awareness, education and respect for wild mustangs and their distant cousins: donkeys and mules.
Mustangs are quite different from domestic horses, and people who acquire them without enough knowledge about feeding, training, and disposition can unintentionally leave mustangs broken in body, mind and spirit.
With the right tools, people can create strong partnerships, founded on trust and respect, with wild horses. Wild Heart Mustangs provides information, support and resources to make that possible.
ABOUT MARY LAINHART
ABOUT OUR STAFF
George Bolender is a web designer with a background in CAD. He lives in NY with his wife of 30 yrs. He has 4 children and 5 grandchildren. His hobbies are hunting and fishing. His favorite past time is family time.
About GIVE IT A WHIRL PUBLISHING
Mary Lainhart has a wild heart, willing to run with wild horses and try anything new that she believes is worthwhile: "You'll never know if you'll succeed or fail if you never give it a try."
The "just give it a try" approach is central to Mary's life in countless ways. Over the years, she and her husband have given a wide variety of projects the "give it a whirl" name Mary has chosen for her publishing venture. She's taking her own advice to "jump in with both feet and follow your heart."
Mary says, "Watching wild mustangs run makes me smile.
It's like God took out his paint brush and had fun that day."
Respect, love and understanding