Far-From-Perfect Mustang Rescue gives horses a second chance Far-From-Perfect Mustang RescueJoel Sapperfield, mustang trainer, prepares Star, one of their newest wild mustangs, for training. ■ By Ann Hoffman / Contributed When you were a kid, did you have dreams of riding the range, maybe rounding up wild mustangs, maybe even “breaking” them to ride? Or maybe you just have a thing for horses? What if you could actually go see and touch one of these magnificent creatures that began life as a free-roaming and spirited animal? Would that be right up there on your adventure list? Well, you can. So how is it that mustangs end up in places like the
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