Mustang Episode for August 3, 2021: Extreme Mustang Makeover Returns In-Person August 12-14

Aug 3, 2021

The Extreme Mustang Makeover returns in-person for the first time since 2020 to Oklahoma City, August 12-14. In this episode, we’ll hear from an adult and youth competitor as they gear up to return to the arena and showcase what their mustangs have accomplished in the past 100 days of training. We’ll also discuss the new auction format for the Extreme Mustang Makeover that allows bidders to bid in-person at the event or online from anywhere! Listen in…

HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 2738 – 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:  Jeff Cook and Naomi Langdon
  • Title Sponsor: Mustang Heritage Foundation
  • Guest: Jeff Cook’s life has always revolved around horses. His bond with horses and natural talent as a horseman led him to showing paints and quarter horses. He watched his first Extreme Mustang Makeover seven years ago, and it was in his blood and heart to give it a try. He now has competed in eight EMMs and finished in the top 10 in five.
  • Guest:  Naomi Langdon is an equine trainer and horsemanship mentor. Currently residing in Arizona, she aims to achieve and inspire a more compassionate approach to horsemanship. In addition to training personal and client horses, Naomi, has successfully competed in multiple mustang challenges. Taking horses from wild to mild in just 100 days, she is a 4X mustang makeover champion. Naomi also performs with her liberty team of previously wild horses, at events and Expos. Her goal is to spread the word about the American mustangs and demonstrate what incredible partners they can be.
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