What's new this NOVEMBER?
Thanks for joining us! We've got lots of new things for you to discover and enjoy: new articles - new information - new resources - new advice - and more, with articles from equine experts; resources for equine lovers, homesteaders and military veterans; trail riding information and calendar of events.
On this month's HORSE SENSE page, Mary A. Lainhart shares the hard work and perserverance to become a partner with her horse Neeheewanna, after almost a decade of battling anxiety from a bad riding accident. The determination to not only ride again, but to become a confident equestrian in building a relationship that for years seemed like an impossibility. Read more about their journey in the August 2016 Issue - “Persistence and Faith” and November 2016 Issue “BELIEVE!”
Madison Shambaugh on www.vimeo.com/ondemand/mustangmaddy
Weekly videos by Madison Shambaugh illustrating her liberty training techniques on her Mustang Magic 2017 mare, Amira, as well as with clients, her zebras and clinic attendees.
For the November issue of Wild Heart Mustangs™ we followed up on a suggestion from a reader - What about featuring a therapy mustang each issue? So we are! In Riding Freedom's Trail November 2016 we are featuring Boo-Yah from BraveHearts Therapeutic Riding (to learn more about BraveHearts see Riding Freedoms Trail October Issue.
Horses, especially wild Mustangs, donkeys, burros, and mules. Chickens, cows, and leafy green things... We love them all. The Wild Heart Mustangs™ e-zine provides the information, tools and resources needed to make the most of your relationships with wild mustangs and the other animals you love, and in harmony with nature.
Wild Heart Mustangs™ promotes awareness, education and respect for wild mustangs and their cousins: donkeys and mules.
by Mary A. Lainhart
In the August Issue (Persistence and Faith) was the beginning of a journey with my mustang, Neeheewanna. Our journey was filled with ups and downs; trials and tribulations. I was determined to not give up on this horse. I was determined to not give up on myself. As I have said before, I am not a strong rider. I absolutely love to ride! Years ago, I had a fairly bad accident which the result (besides bruised and strained muscles and nerves) was anxiety. Not just getting a little nervous about getting back in the saddle days … weeks … or months afterwards. I am talking full blown anxiety attacks which now, almost 9 years later, still haunt me...
RIDING FREEDOM'S TRAIL
Veterans and Mustangs (VAM)
by Vonnie Reinbold
The Veterans and Mustangs program brings together a Veteran and an untouched Mustang. Working with a wild Mustang is challenging and we want to connect a Veteran and a Mustang that are in need of helping each other.
The Veteran has approximately 100 days to gentle and train what will become an adoptable equine companion. The Mustang is taken from “wild to mild” ...
Winter horseback riding can be fun, but special care is needed
by Cassie Elia (Bangor Daily News)
It is inevitable. There will be snow, cold and ice. For some horse owners, this means hanging up the saddle and giving the horse some time off. Others forge ahead. With careful preparation, riding in the winter can be enjoyable and safe. ...riding can be done outside as long as there isn’t ice or deep, crusted-over snow. Horses are very capable in the snow, but ...
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