Sunday, June 2, 2013

Big Sister's turn.

So the mustangs are doing great for my family!  I think their characters really match their owners.  No names yet.  But since I graduated high school before my siblings got out for the summer, I got a chance to work with theirr mustangs.  My mom and I took some pictures.  The sorrel of my youngest sister's is doing the best right now but the others are doing nicely too. My mom took some pictures enjoy!

Pivoting on his hind-quarters.

Picking up feet.  Really good job!

Some desensitizing.

French braids for the baby!

Squared up! (That means all four feet are aligned like in this picture.)

Mustang Million: A New Journey Begins!

Been a while since I've updated my blog, with school and senior year I've just been crazy busy.  The mustangs are all doing great and Jesse James and Relay are great as usual.  So you all are probably wondering what I'm up to this summer.  Along with training my horses I have some mission trips I'm going on with my church college orientation.  What fun!!!

To start off this summer, there is no Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover, instead there is the Mustang Million! There is a total of a MILLION dollars in prize money going into the mustang competition this year!!!  This year, due to college I will not be competing with a mustang of my own, but my sisters and mom are keeping up the trend and we got three new yearlings this year.  I'm very excited for my family and I hope they do well with their mustangs.

They are yet to be named, but for now we'll call them by their colors: the sorrel, the black, and the palomino (all colts). They picked them up on May 10th.

          First Days:

Blackie gets a bath!

Out for a little walk.

Leading pretty well.

Mom's braiding the palomino's mane. She really likes this little guy.

Jennifer and her sorrel.