Tune in to Episode 10 of the Mustang Discovery Ride Podcast for a post holiday update from Hannah and Lisanne. You'll learn about Hannah's quick trip home to visit with family and how Lisanne had a chance to catch back up with DL and Tara on the road.
Take two young women with a passion for horses, both looking for a grand adventure, add four American Mustangs and a curious wild-born molly Mulestang, and you have the ingredients for the “Mustang Discovery Ride.” The Mustang Discovery Ride is a journey across the United States on the American Discovery Trail. Riders, Hannah Catalino and Lisanne Fear, are covering 12 states in 12 months, coast to coast from Delaware to California, riding American Mustangs with the assistance of a support crew. Both riders are trainers who have taken part in the Mustang Heritage Foundation Trainer Incentive Program (TIP). Hannah travels the world as a Mustang Ambassador and trainer presenting “Wild Horse Workshops” & Liberty Training Clinics. The two women rode out from Delaware’s historic Cape Henlopen State Park on September 28, 2021, continued their adventures through Maryland and West Virginia, and will move through Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California. Lisa Diersen, Executive Director of the Mustang Discovery Foundation, is handling sponsorships and arrangements. Julianne Neal of JA Media Productions hosts the podcast, and will produce and direct a docu-series and documentary as the journey progresses. A team of EQUUS photojournalists and videographers will contribute to the film, each adding individual creative perspective of the ride. The Mustang Heritage Foundation, BLK water, Crypto Aero, Summit Joint Performance Products, Espana Silk, the EQUUS Film and Arts Fest, The Marley Project, JA Media Productions and a host of other sponsors are joining the Mustang Discovery Foundation in supporting the team along the way. Follow the team's progress on social media at https://www.facebook.com/mustangdisco... or visit www.mustangdiscovery.com. For more about progress on the documentary, visit www.jamediaconnections.com.