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Mustang Heritage Foundation presents eight of the best mustang trainers in the nation to compete for the top prize of $25,000 at the inaugural Mustang Magic Celebrity Freestyle event. These trainers and entertainers, four of whom are from Texas, have been invited along with their champion mustangs to perform their best freestyle routines for audiences of all ages.

Created by the Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF) and in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wild Horse & Burro Program, this program is designed to educate the public about the natural issues affecting the wild mustang population and roles humans can play to address the problem. The mustangs involved in the competition were once rescued from the wild and trained to a high-performance level.

Mustang Heritage Foundation presents eight of the best mustang trainers in the nation to compete for the top prize of $25,000 at the inaugural Mustang Magic Celebrity Freestyle event. These trainers and entertainers, four of whom are from Texas, have been invited along with their champion mustangs to perform their best freestyle routines for audiences of all ages.

Created by the Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF) and in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wild Horse & Burro Program, this program is designed to educate the public about the natural issues affecting the wild mustang population and roles humans can play to address the problem. The mustangs involved in the competition were once rescued from the wild and trained to a high-performance level.

Mustang Heritage Foundation presents eight of the best mustang trainers in the nation to compete for the top prize of $25,000 at the inaugural Mustang Magic Celebrity Freestyle event. These trainers and entertainers, four of whom are from Texas, have been invited along with their champion mustangs to perform their best freestyle routines for audiences of all ages.

Created by the Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF) and in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Wild Horse & Burro Program, this program is designed to educate the public about the natural issues affecting the wild mustang population and roles humans can play to address the problem. The mustangs involved in the competition were once rescued from the wild and trained to a high-performance level.

WHEN

WHERE

Will Rogers Memorial Center
3401 W. Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://mustangheritagefoundation.org/mustang-magic/

TICKET INFO

$15
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