FROM WILD TO MILD. With approximately 100 days to tame wild to mild, trainers from across America continue to take the challenge of competing with an American Mustang at Extreme Mustang Makeover events in 10 U.S. cities. Trainers compete for cash and prizes while displaying the trainability of American Mustangs in hope of finding a suitable adopter. The Mustang Heritage Foundation created the Extreme Mustang Makeover event in order to recognize and highlight the value of Mustangs through a national training competition and showcase the beauty, versatility and trainability of the rugged horses.After being selected a trainer picks up an American Mustang that has been virtually untouched by humans and has approximately 100 days to gentle, halter break and saddle train, build trust and develop a relationship with the horse to compete and win.


48,335
Mustangs Off-Range
Short & Long Term Holding
5,000
Mustangs Adopted
at extreme Makeover Events

10 CITIES. 10 TIMES THE EXTREME. Horse and rider teams compete in preliminary classes that include evaluating the horse’s ability to maneuver through patterns and/or trail courses, highlighting the abilities of the Mustang. The Mustangs encounter obstacles similar to those expected during a ride on a nature trail.

LOUSIANA

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Gonzales, LA

March 11-12

ARIZONA

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Queen Creek, AZ

April 22-23

FLORIDA

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VIRGINIA

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Lexington, VA

August 25-27

TEXAS

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Ft. Worth, TX

September 15-17

COLORADO

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Ft. Collins

May 20-21

MASSACHUSETTS

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Topsfield, MA

August 5-6

NEVADA

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Reno

June 18-19

MISSOURI

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Sedalia, MO

July 14-16

IDAHO

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Nampa ID

July 29-30

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