The LaBelle Silver Spurs 4-H Club took on a daunting task this summer — to train wild horses to become adoptable within 100 days. Hurricane Irma pushed back the club’s auction, though, for two extra months, and the mustangs are, now, hardly recognizable. Swipe left for another photo.
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#Photos via @racheliacovone: 1) LaBelle Silver Spurs 4-H club member Judith Warren gives her mustang, Miami, a kiss. 2) Gabriehl Shock with two of the mustangs she has trained 3) 14-year-old Judith Warren waits in the alleyway with her mustang, Miami, for their turn in the final show. 4) Morgan Lujan watches her mustang, Spirit, graze before the show. 5) Third-time overall show winner, Joelle Shock, guides her mustang, Rohan, through the "cowboy curtains" obstacle. Rohan was named after the kingdom of men in the Lord of the Rings series.
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