Today we worked on the Friendly and Porcupine Games as before. Taser and I did very nicely as we moved through the escalations of each game. Below is a video short on how Taser performed doing the Friendly and Porcupine Game today. We are just showing you the Friendly Game on the legs and using […]
https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=150004815111544 The above link is to Mustang Meg’s latest 2011 Wild Horses of Oregon Video.
Juno, a bay 6 year old mare, became part of our family in December 2006 when we brought her home from the BLM in Ridgecrest in California. Before owning Juno, my English trained Thoroughbred show horse who we had to put down due to a broken leg at the age of 26 a month before […]
A.W.H.A. has entrusted us with their ambassador mustang, Taser, who represents (to the general public) the unique qualities of the few remaining wild horses. As arranged, an expert horse trainer will be guiding us on the development of Taser in becoming a public service horse as intended. Monica Krause, founder of United Mustangs of America, […]
Welcome Taser! We are overjoyed to receive America’s Wild Horse Advocates‘ project mustang to develop from wild mustang to Public Service horse. His name is Taser, and this gelding is our first to document. Background. Taser was born in 2005 on the Tule Lake wild horse range in northern California. He was chosen by expert trainers for his size and temperament. Since […]
United Mustangs of America present to you Monica’s mustang adventures. Today December 3, 2011 my husband and I decided to take the horses to In-N-Out. We live in a sub-urban area zoned for housing horses. However, I am, and always have been, the only equine owner in the entire neighborhood. Over the course of 17 years, […]