Lately, there is a growing interest in having one's Mustang DNA-tested.
Usually this is desired in order to learn more about the horse's
historical background, or to understand its conformation or temperament.
Other times, a person adopting "a horse of a different color" might want
to have testing done in order to know for sure what color to call their
GENETIC (DNA, Etc.) TESTING
Lesley Neuman: The First Touch Gentling Your Mustang
Lesley works with 3
wild horses at a BLM adoption, and very clearly
explains what is happening, what she is doing, &
what she sees in each horse as it progresses. Study
this video and you can learn "pressure and release"
gentling techniques to gentle your own new mustang!
Help for Burro adopters! Crystal Ward
All the basics of
gentling, handling, and training. A MUST for new
burro adopters! Good for domestic donkeys, too!
Order online from Video Mike
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owned and created
by Nancy Kerson, a private
citizen - I am not the BLM or any other branch of government!
is offered as a service, to help
mustangs and burros find homes and to
promote public appreciation of
wild horses and burros.
information about the BLM
Wild Horse & Burro Program,
please call (866) 4MUSTANGS
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And I sure as heck
am not a
Mustang car dealership!
I have NO horses or
sale and am not interested in
buying or listing or otherwise
promoting your sale animals!
Testing for ANCESTRY & BREED RESEMBLANCE
(for Mustangs and grade, unregistered domestic horses):
$30 for the first test and $25 for any additional test (per animal). Send to: E. Gus Cothran, Ph.D. Equine Genetics Lab. VIBS, CVM Texas A&M University TAMU 4458 College Station, TX 77843-4458 (979) 845-0229