Mustang Maddy in the news...
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Mustang Maddy: Passenger Exercise - As Featured in Horse & Rider online (Horse Training Videos)
Answering A Call From The Wild - As seen in Cowgirl Magazine - June 2018
A conversation with "Mustang" Maddy Shambaugh.
LISTEN! >> Lee Lee Robert and Mustang Maddy on Equestrian Legacy Radio - Spring 2018
WATCH! >> On The Go With Joe at Washington State Horse Expo - Fox 12 Oregon - March 2018
LISTEN! >> Horsemanship 97 by Omega Fields – "Mustang Maddy Makes Her Mark"
Horsemanship Radio by Horse Radio Network - September 2017
The Reflector interviews Madison as she prepares to present at Washington State Horse Expo.
The Exponent interviews Madison about traveling across the country while training mustangs and zebras.
Telluride Daily Planet writes about Madison Shambaugh, talking about the struggle of the american mustang and what Madison has been doing to broadcast their abilities. The article continues to talk about Madison's cinderella performance with her most recent mustang, Amira at the Mustang Magic competition.
WFFA interviews Madison Shambaugh at Mustang Magic 2017. Mustang Maddy describes the struggle of the american mustang.
Ocala Star Banner interviews Madison Shambaugh at the start of her 2017 tour in Ocala, FL about her wild horses and zebras.
ROAM TV interviews Madison Shambaugh at the 2016 Hoosier Horse Fair in Indianapolis, IN about her wild horses and "Zena the Zebra."
Released by News-Sentinel October 5, 2015
For good reason, rational people don’t ride zebras – those “bad boys” of the African Serengeti. However, once in a very great while, with schooling almost by osmosis, this might change, thanks to a local horsewoman with abundant reserves of talent, patience, a love for all things equine and...
Released by MediaWright on July 25, 2015
John Wright with MediaWright recently chose to do a video profile on Madison that provides insight into her understanding of horses and people.
Released by The Exponent April 8, 2015
What do a broken leg, losing a grandparent and a horse with neurological damage have in common? They’re all major setbacks one Purdue student had to overcome on her road to the Extreme Mustang...
Released by Whoa Podcast on April 21, 2015
Kyla told me about an excellent young trainer, Madison Shambaugh, who had competed successfully at the Virginia Extreme Mustang Makeover. I was able to contact Madison and ask her about her mustang, Terk. Madison also generously shared some of her training and horsemanship tips...
Released by Horse Nation on April 7, 2015
Personally, I’d find it difficult to train a “regular” domesticated horse to do this much, in front of a crowd, without a bridle, in 130 days. The thought of starting with a completely wild and previously 100%-untouched mustang is just crazy. But that’s exactly what Madison Shambaugh...
Released by Horses in the South on April 2, 2015
(Doswell, VA) April 1, 2015 – Madison Shambaugh and her mustang “Terk” stopped the show on Saturday evening with their freestyle performance at the Virginia Horse Festival’s Extreme Mustang Makeover Challenge...
Released by Stacy Westfall March 31, 2015
130 days of training.
She hopes to train horses full time after she graduates from Purdue.
I don’t think she will have trouble getting customers...
Released by Cavalor University Mar 31, 2015
Wild. Free. Spirit. Beauty. We see in the mustangs what we hope to see in ourselves. This, I believe, is what draws us towards...