2017 Mustang Adoption Challenge
The 2017 Teens and Oregon Mustangs Competition is March 23-26 at the Northwest Horse Fair and Expo in Albany, Oregon. For complete details, including schedule, admission and more, check out our link at http://equinepromotions.net/northwest-horse-fair
Mustang Adoption Challenge Schedule
Thursday March 23, 2017
6pm-8pm Body Conditioning & Showmanship Classes -Akins Trailer Sales Arena (rest of the expo and barns will not be open)
Friday March 24, 2017
2pm-3pm “America’s Mustangs-Wild to Willing in 100 Days” Seminar by Teens and Oregon Mustangs
6pm-8pm Youth In-Hand Trail and Freestyle Competition
Saturday March 25, 2017
9:30am-10:30am Youth Riding Competition
10:30am-11:30am Purina Body Conditioning Showdown
6pm-8pm Adult Riding Competition
Sunday March 26, 2017
1:30pm-6pm Results and Awards followed by LIVE AUCTION ADOPTION
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Adopt a Mustang, Give a Future.
OUR MISSION: Provide positive life-changing experiences for trainers of all ages through the development of leadership, horsemanship, and teamwork while educating the public about training and adoption of Oregon’s wild Mustangs.
OUR VISION: By 2024, Teens and Oregon Mustangs will be recognized in the United States as a premier organization that improves the adoptability of Mustangs, develops trainers of all ages, and is critical to the healthy and sustainable management of America’s natural resources and preservation of western heritage.
- Trainer Development – Inspire life-long learning and develop confidence, responsibility, consistency and leadership.
- Diversity – Encourage a variety of training techniques that showcase the Mustang’s trainability across various disciplines.
- Successful Adoption – Strive to maintain our 100% adoption rate and value the hard work it takes to get there.
- Training Toolbox – Provide ample opportunities and tools for trainers to overcome any training obstacles in their path.
- Public Awareness – Educate the public about Mustang horses, heritage, and management and the related management of natural resources