Jasmine & Cisco Kid
photo credit: Teens & Oregon Mustangs
Jasmine’s training style has been developed over many years as she pursued a wide variety of riding disciplines. available to build her horsemanship skills. She has competed successfully in western pleasure, reining, Hunt-seat, saddle seat, driving, trail, as well as three day event. She has been a professional horse trainer for over 26 years . She has experience starting colts, training horses for multiple disciplines, helping problem horses, competing and hosting a variety of clinics.
In recent years, she has become interested in training mustangs and was the 2010 winner of the NW Extreme Mustang Makeover. She participated in the first Project Cowboy competition in Fort Worth, Texas on Weston her mustang from the 2009 Mustang Makeover. Jasmine works to develop a true partnership and understanding between horse and rider. Always listening to the horse, helping horse and rider figure out what was being asked, and learn to love what they are being asked to do. Teaching them to try, guess and try again until it becomes clear.
Cisco Kid is a 4 year old Steens mustang. He stands an easy 15 hands and has leg bone for days. He is a stunning tri colored tobiano. He has amazing movement, and color. he is soft and kind, and tries very hard. He connects to me and pays very close attention. He has huge hard feet, and great balance.
Cisco Kid is now riding, walk, trot, and starting lope work. He is responsive off my leg. sidepass, haunch and forhand turns are easy. He is super responsive. His ground manors are impeccable. Cisco went to his first show last weekend and rocked it! 4 firsts and 2 seconds! He was quiet and responsive wit a tippy bridge, water crossings, and more. Even more wonderful, he was comfortable with all the other horses in the ring riding with him!
Please look at Cisco the Kd page on facebook. You can see all our photos and videos along the way. Cisco is doing very well. Better every day. He listens and tries so very harn. His day today was hanging stuff off the saddle and tarp on his back..not things he loves.
I had to been in the valley for the day. So of course Cisco came too. We spent the day at the expo center. Rode with the mounted shooters. And listened to gun fire. It was a blast…Cisco did not care. Found more bidders for sure. They were very impressed with him. We borrowed ear plugs.
Come to Cisco Kid’s page you walk through his story.