Educating the Public About Wild American Mustangs
Sunday, September 12 2021 by Ruby Tevis
Jessica Jordaan Denver, Colorado CEO of WarhorseUSA How long have you been part of the horse world? I first discovered my intense love for horses at an early age while growing up in the Wild West: Cody, Wyoming, the “rodeo capital” of the world. I was quickly hooked, and horses became a large part of
- Published in Sidelines Spotlight
Tuesday, August 15 2017 by Website Editor
Last month’s Extreme Mustang Makeover (EMM) at the Jacksonville Equestrian Center was a success, and it has the numbers to back it up: 15 mustangs were adopted, 16 trainers competed and 893 people attended. The audience witnessed the trainability, beauty, intelligence and versatility of wild mustangs May 18–20 and were able to adopt one as
Tagged under: American, american mustang, beauty, emm, Emma, extreme mustang makeover, intelligence, Jacksonville Equestrian Center, mild, mustangs, trainability, versatility, wild
SMU Equestrian Ends Fall Season
Sunday, December 01 2013 by Editor
Hey Y’all. SMU Equestrian ended the 2013 fall season with a 4-6 record. The inaugural fall season for SMU’s western team has officially concluded.
Mustangs Start Season 2-0
Monday, September 30 2013 by Editor
Hey Y’all. The SMU Equestrian Team kicked off the 2013-2014 season with two successful wins over the weekend.
The Mustangs of Sand Wash Basin
Saturday, October 27 2012 by Editor
By Lauren R. Giannini Photographer Patrick Brennan – who has a passion for photographing wild mustangs – entered a photo in the Professional Photography category of the Sidelines Photography & Art Contest and won! His photo appears in this issue with the six runner-ups. Our contests turn up some great stories. This is one
- Published in Sidelines Feature
Tagged under: Joe Tosh, John Wagner, mustangs, Patrick Brennan, Sand Wash Basin, Wild Mustangs
SMU Equestrian: Mustangs Down Tennessee-Martin, Off To Best Start In School History
Sunday, September 30 2012 by Editor
SMU Mustangs MANHATTAN, Kan. (SMU) – The SMU equestrian team is off to the best start in school history, 3-0, after defeating Tennessee-Martin, 6-4, Saturday morning at Timbercreek Stables. “We are very pleased with our team after our first road trip of the season,” head coach Haley Schoolfield said.
- Published in What's Happenin', Z-Blogs