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 Gentled Mustang
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Justice went from wild to trick horse in 28 days. Tip Trainer Chelsie and Justice taking a bow.

Chelsie / TIP Trainer

         Ever wonder how your TIP Trainer started, what their background is and why they choose to become a part of the TIP program.

       For over 13 years Chelsie has been extensively training, riding and showing horses since the age of 8. She continues to train with top level trainers and compete in a multitude of disciplines to continue improving her riding ability.

        Chelsie competes in hunter/jumper, three day eventing, dressage, barrel racing, gymkhana, trail trails, driving and cow sorting. 

          At a young age Chelsie began to rescue horses from equine auctions and horses bound for slaughter. She would find the horses forte, fixing bad habits, training, while getting them healthy and sound, then finding them new loving homes.
         Chelsie has bred horses, birthed foals, weened foals, started foals, broke 2 year olds to ride, and fine tuned from trail to competition horses.

         Chelsie feels that working with equines is always an ever learning sport. She takes college farrier courses, seminars with multiple natural horsemanship trainers, top level jumping and dressage trainers, and studio wranglers. From her experiences, education and training she has learned to formulate her own techniques which she can customize to fit the different  personalities of each horse. 

How does Chelsie support her equine rescue and sport?
She has her own business, renting deluxe restrooms to the movie studios and special events. She also works as
a wildland firefighter with US Forest Service and Cal Fire, along with horse training, riding lessons, boarding and foaling services.

         Chelsie would like to help you find the Mustang of your dreams and thank you for visiting

Helping save a wild Mustang and piece of our American history with compassion, gentle hand and knowledge, one horse at a time.



Chelsie Coulombe / TIP Trainer

WARNING all equine can be dangerous causing injury or death whether domestic, gentled, trained, un-trained, in training or wild.  You should not attempt anything that you see or read on this web site or any other horse activities, unless you have been previously professionally trained to do so by your own personal equine trainer.

Thank You for visiting web site and considering Mustang adoption. 
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