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 Gentled Mustang
A Piece Of American
adoption through FSEC


August 1, 2013

FEB 2014
Remington was adopted to a wonderful home, he has been put into full training in a dressage barn. His new family seen his loving, energetic personality and fantastic floating movement and knew he was going to be worth the time and effort. Watch for him on the dressage show circuits, he'll be the one with the blue ribbon!

Remington is a gorgeous buckskin gelding with a white hind sock, star and fancy black edged ears. He is approximately 15 hands and 3 years old and was rescued today from a hardship home. He has a very attractive face and his body is a medium frame. Remington is very thin right now, needing to put on 150 to 200 pounds. He should be the proper weight in 4 to 5 weeks. Remington is sound, balanced, nice short back and very correct. Remington is possibly an Arabian, Arabian Cross or Akhal-Teke. He loves to pose for the camera. Remington's movement and build will make him suitable for a competition performance horse in any discipline including dressage and endurance. He has large nostrils allowing him to get good air flow when ridden. Remington already ties, bathes and trailers. Chelsie will be getting weight on him and preparing him for his first ride in the next few weeks.

The California hot summer wind was whipping as Remington did light round pen work in the afternoon, showing us his fantastic movement.  He was then saddled for the first time later in the day. This handsome boy has a great mind. He stays calm, willing and loves to please. The more we are around Remington, the more we love him. Remington is a joy to work with, learns quickly, and loves to please. By his next session he should be completely saddled and be able to do light work in the round pen with the saddle on.  Remington is available for adoption during any stage of his training and his training can be completed by his new owner or continue to be trained at FSEC. Before leaving for a new home FSEC will insure Remington is an acceptable weight. His adoption fee will be reflected in the training he has been given at time of adoption. Call for adoption fee and for more information. 661-993-9654

Working with Remington to trust his handler. Walk, trotted and stopped, went over all trail course obstacles without a lead rope. If Remington lost concentration Chelsie would stop and get his attention again and he would continue to follow.

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