Last Chance Mustang: The Story of One Horse, One Horseman, and One Final Shot at Redemption (Anglais) Relié – 23 juin 2015
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Reading Last Chance Mustang, I felt like I found a kindred spirit. Mitchell Bornstein employs many of the tools I learned and his compassion in working with Samson is what I saw with all of the trainers that I learned from. He saw Samson. He saw the hurt, the confusion, the anger that Samson learned to use as a defense against further pain and torture.
If I could change one thing, I would have preferred he didn't use the word "break". To me the true meaning is breaking a horses spirit and honestly that is one of the best things about them. I was taught to gentle horses. It may be just a word, but it's also a mindset and I do believe he didn't break Samson, he gentled him.
I cried during some of book, thinking about what Samson had gone through and how difficult it was to trust again. I didn’t want the book to end, but thankfully knew the story doesn’t because I'm still hearing about Samson often on Facebook. I thank Mitchell Bornstein for not only seeing that Samson needed him, but staying with him and writing their story for us to enjoy and learn from. This is a book I will keep.
what the government has done to the mustangs is deplorable but the book could have been advertised as a treatise on wild horse management and it would have been a much more accurate discription of the book.
THIS BOOK IS FABULOUS and heartwarming and should be read by all who are interested in our beautiful Wild Mustangs. It also gives great history on the many abuses of our Government's Wild Horse and Burrow policies and the barbaric implementation of of these policies by our own Bureau of Land Management (BLM) under the direction of US Department of The Interior, which is run by Secretary Sally Jewel currently.
This book takes the reader on a journey of connection, trust, respect, understanding, hope, friendship and most importantly, love as Mitchell Bornstein moves the volatile Samson through months and months of heartbreaking training... trying desperately to move Samson through the pain and hurt this beautiful horse has had to endure since being captured by the BLM in a Helicopter Roundup in Nevada in 2003. This book is beautifully written, touching the heart and soul of the reader with every word on each and every page. BUY IT! READ IT! and then fall in love with the journey of Samson and Mitchell, the goodness and importance of connection, trust, understand....and most importantly, the love between a man and a Wild Horse. This book is goodness and love at its best....you MUST read this book.....ENJOY!