We have been posting clips from our saddle training protocol and I have gotten quite a few inquiries about more fundamental first training. We have it, and it’s already available. Right now. Your animal can be tamed.
Essentials on MustangCamp.org
Our non-profit organization website has a few resource-rich pages on it’s website. Start with this one: https://www.mustangcamp.org/how-to-train-a-wild-horse-or-burro Be sure to download the PDF list of Taming Tasks.
Get Serious on the MagicMustangTamer
Thoroughly Explore the MagicMustangTamer.com. Some of the pages are behind the paywall, but I was careful to leave plenty of good info in the public areas. If you are serious about learning and simply can’t afford the membership fee, write me a letter (patricia @ mustangcamp.org).
Subscribe on YouTube
Most of our videos are unlisted and you need the link to see them, but we have been putting videos up for about a decade so there are lots of public ones.
The Barriers to Success
The animal may already be conditioned in such a way that the tasks of taming will be harder. They won’t be impossible, but definitely harder. Take it into consideration, adjust your timetable to progress at a microscopic scale, molecule by molecule. Train in short 3 minute sessions with a written down goal. Don’t give up. Write or call for help. My goal is to help people help animals so I won’t mind at all.