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Works at Mustang Camp 501(3)C
Attended Largo Canyon School
Lives in Largo Canyon School, NM
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We have some new mustangs ready to adopt.
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HSUS isn't opposed to the roundup of horses on principle, but they are opposed to animal cruelty.
 
At least 10 animals, including four yearlings, are dead after a poorly conducted and strategically suspect government roundup of approximately 800 wild horses in Wyoming. This loss of life, and the stress and trauma for the survivors, could have been avoided had the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) put in place a more humane and economically viable management plan for wild horses throughout the West.
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This is my holiday greetings to all of my co-trainers and friends.
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Way cool Pat!
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A potential adopter wanted to see Beatrix and Seuss on the move.
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Here is the latest update on our Available horses file.
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What a perfect image!
 
Dark Horse

A lone wild horse walks through the Mt. St. Mary Cemetery, Virginia City, Nevada.
 
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#mustang #wildhorse #virginiacity #nevada #hdr #landscape #cemetery
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I am not sure how this community works, but there are a lot of beautiful photos of horses here. We tame wild horses for real at Mustang Camp.
#WildHorses
We work with wild horse programs to minimize captive horse suffering, promote modern training methods, and campaign to create successful adoptive placements. W​e: 1. Find effective methods to train all ages of mustangs; 2. Facilitate successful placement of mustangs in adoptive homes; 3. Educate individuals in the process of training and placement; 4. Conduct scientific research into issues pertaining to mustang taming and adoption.
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cool and i love the mustangs 
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We made the front page.
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It is a GREAT article.
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Working on this. Expect great things.
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Occupation
Occupational Therapist for Wild Horses
Skills
Taming wild animals, applying science to modify the behavior of organisms.
Employment
  • Mustang Camp 501(3)C
    Executive Director and wild horse trainer, 2009 - present
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Currently
Largo Canyon School, NM
Previously
24 Duke Lane, Lemitar, NM 87823
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Mustang Camp: we gentle wild horses
Introduction
We work to minimize captive horse suffering through training, research, education, and adoptive placement.
Bragging rights
We have a 100% adoption rate.
Education
  • Largo Canyon School
    Taming 101, 2011
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