In a place that is known for gigantic skies and great valleys, Mustang Monument Wild Horse Eco-Resort and Sanctuary is home to more than 600 Wild American Mustangs. Cowpoke and family man, Clay Nannini, offers knowledge into the benefit of saving the American Mustang while acquainting his kids with this symbol of American history, and a legacy worth securing. This family opened the resort just to take care of them. They find wild Mustangs really interesting and they want to make them feel safe and as free as they are in nature. The family is also trying to give them the best care, food, and shelter, but that is not the only thing they are doing, they are also trying to train them and make them part of the environment.
In this amazing quality video, you can see the prospecting from the first person and how Clay Nannini is showing his kids how to make Mustangs give their best and show what they got. Clay said that is not easy to adopt them into, and he doesn’t want to force them into anything but it is so nice to see when people visit their resort that they actually have the opportunity to get to see them and even pet them.