March 2018 We got Kapuni Kiowa, our 4th Mustang, from a sanctuary near by and he was the calmest horse you could imagine. Halterbroke for two weeks, we saddled him on the second day he was with us and on the third Melly and later Karin got to ride him in the Paddock. No squirms on his side...
Next morning a couple of yaks walked across our fields and we ended up butting them up at the property next door.
This is why we have now Kiowa Kapuni with us. He is from White Sand Basin and was halter broke when we bought him from a near by sanctuary. We startet working him imediately and found him extremly willing and cooperativ. After only a few days we where able to put a saddle on him and even ride him a few steps. In the coming days we will continue with ground work and have him get use to the different trail situations as the others have too.
Since we all are going to have trail names for the CDT, we have come up with some trail names for ourself and for the horses.
Deets will be Apache, Rodeo will be called Chayenne and Ahi will be Guarini. Kapuni will be Kiowa.
Mark Wallis was with us last weekend and we testet his riding skills (he has not ridden any horse bevor, except a few days on the trip from Greece to Germany in Spring 2017). We trottet and cantered about 20 miles and he did fine with Guarini.
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