Share Your Story: One Wild Ride #5

Welcome to One Wild Ride # 5
We are so excited— Maggie got her mustang!

Hello all, this is Maggie and I have some very exciting news to share with everyone about our Extreme Mustang Makeover journey!

The Extreme Mustang Makeover is returning to Colorado in May, where youth and adult trainers will have a chance to showcase their assigned Mustang’s talents after just 100 days of training for $25,000 in cash and prizes. Competing adult Mustangs will then be available for adoption at the conclusion of the event.

This past weekend I went down to Canyon City, Colorado with my mom, and instructor Liz Johnson to pick up my mustang for the Extreme Mustang Makeover. The Mustang pick up was at the Colorado Correctional Institute, where they are used for the inmate program. They have more than 2,000 mustangs and only 200 are adopted out each year.

My Mustang is a 1 1/2 year old beautiful mare we named Rowan. Rowan is super sweet and quite calm for a wild Mustang. I have begun working with her and can already tell she has a lot to offer! I am so excited to be able to share Rowan’s journey with the BCHA. So please stay tuned for more on our One Wild Ride!

Extreme Mustang Makeover
May 20-21, 2016
CSU B.W. Pickett Equine Center
701 S Overland Trl Ft CollinsCO 80521
Click here to purchase tickets.


Additionally, Maddy Rodcay has also been making fantastic progress with her horse, Paisley. Please watch our video, New Horse and New Tricks to see our progress. Thank you so much and we hope you enjoy!

The One Wild Ride Mustang Group
Emma B., Maggie R., Maddy R

Disclaimer: Training a horse, and especially a wild mustang, is a dangerous activity that can be harmful and potentially fatal. We ride and train at our own risk. Before you think about attempting this please consult with an equine professional in your area.