Joe Misner has competed in 13 Extreme Mustang Makeovers. He placed in the top ten in 9 of those competitions. And, Joe Misner loves teaching what he has learned about wild horses. Joe is dedicated to helping America’s wild horses and prisoners looking to change the path of their life.
Joe Misner is the manager of the Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center Wild Horse Program. He has developed a horsemanship program for inmates of the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department. The prisoners learn to train wild mustangs from the Bureau of Land Management. The horses are auctioned off and the proceeds go to the Mustang Heritage Foundation. It’s a win-win situation for both the inmates, wild mustangs, and Joe Misner.
The Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center’s next adoption sale is October 14 at 9 am. Find out all the information at Friends of R3C dot com.
Best Horse Practices Summit
Ranae and I are headed to Durango in October for the Best Horse Practices Summit. This intimate horse expo brings together experts from all aspects of horse behavior and is sure to add to our horse knowledge. The BHP Summit is limiting attendance to 200 people ensuring everyone gets the focus and attention they need. We are looking to take away valuable horsemanship tools from the Summit and hope to meet you there. You can register here.
Tell Us Your Problems
Have a problem with your horse? Do you have a favorite trainer you would like to hear from? Send us your question and the name of your favorite trainer and we’ll see if we can contact them and get you an answer. Email John@whoapodcast.com or call on our message line (661) 368-5530 (toll charges may apply).
We have well over 100 episodes up now and you can find them all for free on iTunes, with our Android App in the Amazon store, and now Stitcher, or wherever podcasts are distributed. Get the Stitcher app and tell us how it works. We are on Google Play too! You can also find every episode and more about the show at whoapodcast.com. Please take a moment and join our email list. Get in on the conversation with Facebook and Twitter and Instagram– just look for WhoaPodcast.
You are a big part of why we do this podcast. We really love getting your feedback. Please let us know your thoughts, ideas, and suggestions for the show. You can email us at John@WhoaPodcast.com
Thanks for listening,