Organized by: Michele Dudley
Two years ago, I decided that we needed a horse. After looking for quite a while and not finding what I was looking for, I found a brown spotted mustang. He was on the scrawny side. Nothing really spectacular about him. He was 3 years old at the time. A blm mustang I named ranger. When I first met ranger he was very scared. He had just come off the range about five months before. Didn't know what was going to happen to him in the scary world full of humans. My first visit out to see him he tried lunging at me through the gate. Not a very good first impression. After thinking about it I decided to bring him home and give him a chance. In the first week he wouldn't be caught, almost pulled my husband through the stall and was very food aggressive. After spending lots of time at the barn he started coming around. I was eventually leading him all over. We went for walks a lot. He finally started trusting me. Not long after I started working with him and within about 2 weeks I was riding him bareback in the arena. I changed his life. He wasn't scared. Didn't have to fight for food or water. I wanted to help more horses. That's when I came up with rangers rescues. A place for unwanted, neglected, and abused horses. I also wanted to help mustangs. So I adopted two more after ranger abd became a TIP trainer. Now I need your help for things such as hay, vet bills, foot care, better facilities. Please help me help theses beautiful horses.