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Rene Char

A collection of our thoughts, tips and tricks, resources, training and adoption news, and pretty much everything that crosses our mind!

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What a great 2018 Bug Club FUNdraiser Show!

Beautiful weather, beautiful horses, and smiling people - that was the theme for our 2018 Bug Club FUNdraiser Show this weekend. Check out the post for some fun information about the show!


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September Adoption Special: Peggy & Eliza

For the month of September, we want to place friends with friends - so we're offering an adoption special. Take home two horses, pay one adoption fee (the higher of the two if they are different). For Peggy and Eliza, that means $250 each takes them both home (must adopt two horses, must return both to receive the refund for our trial placement policy).

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September Adoption Special: Eliana & Vanessa

For the month of September, adopt two horses and pay one adoption fee (the higher fee if one horse has a higher adoption fee). For mother/daughter Vanessa and Eliana, who could not only be a great riding team but could even be a great driving team if trained, that means $550 and an adoption contract will take them both home.

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The #SoYouThinkYouCanTrain Youth Training Challenge is Complete!

Congrats to our nine teens and their nine former ISPMB mustang horses (aged 2-3) for completing the #soyouthinkyoucantrain #youthtrainingchallenge! They used the Forever Foundation Plan 4 Progress program and did great! Stella has a home but the other 8 need homes still!

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A Taste of Freedom

The Fourth of July is all about Freedom. The horses define freedom a little differently. Thanks to a lovesick mule (Emmett) who opened two panels on the round pen, and a small area in a fence, Cola & Di took full advantage of some freedom today.

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Hamilton's Recheck with Dr. Ted Vlahos

Hamilton, 2 year old mustang gelding from the ISPMB neglect situation, traveled back to Cody, WY for a recheck with the vet who gave him a chance to live. Hamilton was born missing most of the coffin bones in his hind feet, and with Dr. Vlahos' help now is a healthy, happy two year old!

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