HITM for June 1, 2021: Mustang Episode: The Final 30 days of Training for an Extreme Mustang Makeover

Jun 1, 2021

We are just a month away from the first Extreme Mustang Makeover of the year! Two trainers competing in the Kentucky Extreme Mustang Makeover will share how they got to this point in their training and how they will make the most of the final 30 days of training. 

HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2694 – Show Notes and Links:

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  • Your Hosts:  Michelle Bonds, Director of Marketing, and Alex Kappert, Executive Director of the Mustang Heritage Foundation
  • Picture: Stacie Zimmerman and Maleah Redmann
  • Title Sponsor: Western Horseman Magazine
  • Guest: Lizzie Iwersen with Western Horseman 
  • Guest: Stacie Zimmerman has been around horses since she was eight years old and credits her mom with the opportunity to ride and show at such a young age. Throughout her adult life, she has accomplished goals of winning World and Reserve World titles with the Pinto Horse Association. She is also a two-time Extreme Mustang Makeover Reserve Champion and seven-time Top Ten finalist. Stacie and her husband, Matt, own Zimmerman Horse Training in Caldwell, Idaho, and have hosted the Nampa, Idaho TIP Challenge since 2017. Together, they have placed 243 mustangs and burros into homes.
  • Guest: Maleah Redmann developed a love for wild horses when she adopted her first mustang, Renegade, at age 16. After falling in love with every aspect of gentling a mustang she worked hard to advocate for the adoption of wild horses in her hometown. At age 17, she competed in the 2020 Kentucky Youth Extreme Mustang Makeover with her random draw, Rogue Intentions. Together, the pair developed an appreciation of liberty work, learning as they went, leading to a bond like no other and overall Youth Champions. Today, Maleah enjoys working with mustangs more than any other breed and hopes to continue doing their best to inspire others to adopt these amazing horses.
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