Extreme Mustang Makeover Fort Worth Cowgirl Magazine
Madison Shambaugh (Mustang Maddy) and Terk.

With approximately 100 days to tame wild to mild, trainers from across the country will accept the challenge of competing with an American Mustang at the Extreme Mustang Makeover, September 6-8 at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center in Fort Worth, Texas. 

Trainers compete for cash and prizes while displaying the trainability of American Mustangs in the hope of finding a suitable adopter. The Mustang Heritage Foundation created the Extreme Mustang Makeover event in order to recognize and highlight the value of mustangs through a national training competition and showcase the beauty, versatility, and trainability of these rugged horses. 

After being selected, a trainer picks up a mustang that has been virtually untouched by humans and has 100 days to gentle, halter break, saddle train, and develop a relationship with the horse to compete and win.

Spectators will witness the final results and incredible bond developed between horse and trainer and have the opportunity to bid on and adopt one of the magnificent animals.  There is also the Player’s Choice Casino Night with a Mexican buffet and silent auction all benefiting the Mustang Heritage Foundation.

Visit extrememustangmakeover.com for more information.

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