Adopt Your
 Gentled Mustang
Here
&
Own
A Piece Of American
History
Justice went from wild to trick horse in 28 days. Tip Trainer Chelsie and Justice taking a bow.

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         Adopt a Mustang with an official Mustang Heritage Foundation Certified TIP Trainer located at Fire Storm Equestrian Center's (FSEC) family owned ranch located in Santa Clarita, California. Our goal is to help you find the right Mustang, whether your looking for a companion, trail or a performance horse.
       FSEC's friendly, easy going TIP Trainer, Chelsie, can help you adopt the right Mustang and do gentling or full training so you can develop a strong, loving, harmonious bond between equine and owner.
      BLM adoption fee is only $125.00 on all Mustangs at BLM holding facility. Chelsie thrives on safety for the handler and equine while making adopting your Mustang a fun and enjoyable experience.
      Adopting equine directly from FSEC can be in various stages of gentling or training. Adoption fee for these equine varies on age, stage of gentling or training. You will find adoption fee for these equine listed on the AVAILABLE page located on left side of this page. Your adoption fee paid to FSEC helps fund our Veteran PTSD program and saving, placing more equine by allowing FSEC to rehabilitate, gentle, training, and rescue more equine in need. Eventually placing them in a new loving home like yours.
      Click on tabs located on the left to read more about,
Chelsie, equine gentled and in full training with Chelsie.

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Thank You for visiting Mustang4U.com web site and considering Mustang adoption. 

WARNING all equine can be dangerous causing injury or death whether domestic, gentled, trained, un-trained, in training or wild.  You should not attempt anything that you see or read on this web site or any other horse activities, unless you have been previously professionally trained to do so by your own personal equine trainer.  
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