The Mission: Wild Mustang and Burro Training Facility
This page tells the story of our effort to scale up to 1000 horses a year. The sections are blog posts from December 2018 to 2020.
We set out on a mission to scale up. The moon is up and we have some money. (read)
What is keeping us in the snow? Are we professional or not? (read)
Government animals get hard to come by but there is no shortage of animals needing homes.(read)
Just when we think we know where we can go, we do not. (read)
A possibility presents itself. But maybe the ladies have other options? (read)
Everything starts coming together all at the same time. Are we under a lucky star… or not? (read)
The first hint of just how hard things can get. We hit the ground dodging bullets. (read)
It was obviously meant to be: the carrot and the stick. We choose the carrot. (read)
The mud is a minor annoyance compared to the rest of the story. (read)
Will it matter in five years. Probably not, so let it go. (read)
From the horse point of view, it is a big winner. (read)
Back home in Largo Canyon, we take some time to see what we learned. (read)
Paul Simon wasn’t talking about horse training.
If we had heeded his words though, we would not have hunkered down between an interstate and the transcontinental railroad.