Mustang, Wild Spirit of the West
by Marguerite Henry
-my Favorite book growing up

Hello!  I'm an older adult. b1b6a66667260b562004585b2c72b31c_v1582023526.png  I was on Howrse years ago with my youngest and got off for quite awhile. This time around, I'm raising and BLUPping Mustangs, Brumbies, Fjords -mainly- and more.  There are so many new breeds, since I was last on!  I BLUP my howrses myself.

Why Mustangs?  They are a wild, American horse and represent the American pioneers' spirit and tenacity and freedom.

Why Brumbies?  When I first learned about Brumbies, many years ago, they reminded me of Mustangs.935cc82ef2748ac36d8c208173df154a_v1582021737.png

And, Fjords?  They were new on Howrse, when I played the first time.  Then, one day, to my complete surprise, I drove past some Fjords in a pasture where I live!  They are cute, little guys, and they do look quite strong for their size.

There you have it!2a1af738d56da555be74920210e2babc_v1582021737.png

Crops and Seasons:
Spring:  Plant carrots, oats and flax
Summer:  Plant alfalfa and wheat
Fall:  Plant apples and pass seeds
Winter:  Use greenhouses

Monday:  Western Pleasure:  ~Maria~, ~Cereza~
      Cutting:  ~Aiyana~, ~Nimíipuu~
Tuesday:  Reining:  ~Cereza~, ~Maria~;
      Showjumping:  ~Hans~, Thoroughbred?
Thursday:  Dressage:  Rebel, Ball Lightning,        Firefly
      Trail:  Tasmanian Wolf, ~Roo~
Friday:  Gallop:  Augusta
      Barrel-racing:  Mustangs

Sunday:  CrossCountry:
      Cutting: ~Aiyana~

Happy Howrsing!

~Happy Spring!~

Grow flax on 4 or 6 large fields - or in large greenhouses, and sell ALL of it.  It will help you get some equus! As soon as you can get large fields and greenhouses, the better; they're a good investment.

My Brumbies have their own barn now.  All of them are in IdaBrumbies - including the 100% BLUPed ones.

If you're looking for a good stallion for your mare, I have winning stallions in Brumbies, Mustangs, Argentinean Criollos, and Tennessee Walker.

~Roo~, Brumby mare, has 332 gold trophies in all and 338 golds in Trail.  ~Roo~ loves to run!

Also, my Tennessee Walker stallion, Rebel, is a Foundation Horse.  He has 500 e. coverings.  Rebel was my grandparents beloved Tennessee Walker many years ago. My mom grew up riding him.

Autumn Snowfall and ~Roo~ are running around the world showcasing different backgrounds with their Unlimited Helios Rays - that I won.  You can find them in my 100% BLUP  - and Brumby - barn.b1b6a66667260b562004585b2c72b31c_v1582023526.png

~Autumn Snowfall~ and ~Wild Thing~, two of my Mustangs, have rosettes.

I Love to look at other's art on here.


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