David H. Monroe [mailto:dmonroe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
I have adopted several Mustangs of varying ages and have never had a
problem getting them gentled and trained. It just takes more time to
get them to the same place that a domestic horse is already at.
There is nothing wrong with the adoption program. It works and works
well. There are a few people who adopt that don't have a clue how to
deal with a wild horse. It is the fault of the BLM if they approve
such people. The system is not without faults but don't blame the
horses. I have never met a horse that I could not train.
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