Youth Mustang Challenge
2017 Youth Mustang Trail Challenge & Adoption Auction
September 9 at the Utah State Fairpark Arena
300 N 1200 W Salt Lake City, Utah
9:30-2:30: In-Hand Trail & Freestyle Competition
2:30-4:00: Adoption Auction
This is a unique opportunity to adopt a mustang that has been started correctly and is ready to go in any direction. There are 15 yearlings from Cedar Mountain HMA available this year. Utah 4-H youth have worked hard to present a group of horses who are prepared to be adopted into any discipline and welcoming home.
"This experience has taught our 4-H club a whole new level of skills and understanding
~Wasatch Wrangler 4-H Club
2016 Champion and Reserve Champion
From day one this colt was easy to work with and very smart. Finn learns very quickly and tries hard. He is very friendly and loves all the attention he can get, but is still respectful. He is easy to handle, trustworthy, and doesn’t spook easily. He has a curious nature and loves to explore new things. He has a lot of potential and can go in any direction. He leads, ties, loads into a trailer, picks up all 4 feet, has had a bit in his mouth, saddles, bathes, bows, can be laid down, and has been ground driven. This colt has been exposed to dogs, cats, other horses, cows, and a burrow. He’s been ponied by a horse, a 4-wheeler, and frequently hauled.
-Finn was trained by the Avon/Paradise 4-H Club, Cache County
Missy: Reserve Champion
Missy has a beautiful, calm look in her eyes. She is trustworthy and loyal, affectionate,
and curious. Missy has always been curious and willing to try anything put in her
path. She loves to play in water. and splashes her feet and her nose in her water
bucket all day long! She loves to be scratched behind her ears and her affectionate
nature has made it easy to love her from day one. We have loved watching Missy learn
and grow and know that she will be an amazing companion.
-Missy was trained by the Wasatch Wranglers 4-H Club from Davis County