WNRDC Member Kaitlyne Wadman to be first official Mustang Trainer in New England working with the Mustang Heritage’s TIP program
August 18, 2016
If you have always wanted a a mustang but didn’t know where to find one all you need to do now is go to Haverhill and speak with Kaitlyne Wadman. She will be the first New Englander have a full fleged training program for mustangs. Her goal is to help in saving this national treasure working with the Mustang Heritage’s TIP program.
Kaitlyne is now working to train Mustangs for new homes. She is specializing in “three strike” Mustangs, which are Mustangs that are untamed, and have been passed over for adoption three times in the past. These animals, once trained by Kaitlyne, will be available with immediate title and will be priced according to training time and discipline. Kaitlyne will also be working through the Mustang Heritage’s TIP program, in which Mustangs trained by her will be available for adoption with a fee to the Mustang Heritage Foundation and priced based on training time and discipline.
Kaitlyne is an AQHA Professional Horsewoman and a co-owner of Milestone Equestrian Centre in Haverhill, MA.
Kaitlyne began her journey with Mustangs through the 2015 Extreme Mustang Makeover, in which contestants have approximately 100 days to gentle, halter break and saddle train, build trust and develop a relationship with the horse to compete and win.
In 2015 Kaitlyne was paired with Cisco’s Sassy Sensation, winning 6th in the competition. In 2016, Kaitlyne competed in the Mustang Makeover again, working with Krystle-Lu Martin’s Boston Strong. The two placed 3rd, and also brought home Fan Favorite.
Contact Kaitlyne for more information at [email protected]