Thanks everyone for your well wishes. I love my Mustangs. My parents adopted my first Mustang for my 12th birthday. Her name is Sakari. My mom says that she has never seen a bond between horse and human like the bond I share with Sakari. If you've seen the film Flicka, that's me and Sakari. And yes, she did protect me from harm. She jumped in between me and a charging colt. The bad side is that not everyone can handle her-she really dislikes men. I make my babies sound like they aren't very well trained. But contrary. All three of them lead wonderfully, all load very easily on a trailer, they don't have issues with scary things. The only thing that I am really worried about is the trot at a lead, I'm the one doing all of the trotting. I am starting to get a little worried about the possibility of the freestyle performance. Trying to figure out what would be good to do. Any suggestions?
All of them will make someone a great horse, they are so loyal and love people. They can be handled by anyone. I have learned soooo much about horses since I started this project. I am hoping to keep one of mine or possibly adopt one of the older horses that have already been trained to ride. I am sure the day of the auction you will see me with tears streaming down my face.
I would love to meet all of you who have been posting here and on the EMM blog. I know that the timeframe is short. Look for me on the "Stang" Stage. Mom claims I have a good voice, so I entered the talent contest. We'll see how right she is. I will probably do a Taylor Swift song.