Tiny Horse Talk

Conversations with Hannah Catalino and Lisanne Fear

November 01, 2021 JA Media Productions Season 1 Episode 7
Tiny Horse Talk
Conversations with Hannah Catalino and Lisanne Fear
Show Notes

Welcome to Tiny Horse Talk, featuring conversations about ponies and miniature horses. You’ll find information and education in each episode, along with a little dash of fun!

Join host Patricia Milligan of Fox Lea Farm Mini Equine Rescue, an organization dedicated to helping the littlest horses find their way home, as we dive into the world of our smallest equine friends. You'll also hear from EQUUS Film & Arts Fest Director Lisa Diersen and Producer Julianne Neal from time to time with tidbits and features from the equine media scene.

In today's episode, Patricia sits down for a chat with Hannah Catalino and Lisanne Fear to learn more about the Mustang Discovery Ride.  Take two young women with a passion for horses, both looking for a grand adventure, add four American Mustangs and a curious wild-born molly Mulestang, and you have the ingredients for the “Mustang Discovery Ride.” Presented by the Mustang Heritage Foundation, the Mustang Discovery Ride is a journey across the United States on the American Discovery Trail.  Hannah and Lisanne will cover 12 states in 12 months, coast to coast from Delaware to California, riding American Mustangs with the assistance of a support crew. Both riders are trainers who have taken part in the Mustang Heritage Foundation Trainer Incentive Program (TIP). Hannah travels the world as a Mustang Ambassador and trainer presenting “Wild Horse Workshops” & Liberty Training Clinics. The two women rode out from Delaware’s historic Cape Henlopen State Park on September 28, 2021, and will continue their adventures through Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California.

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