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Mustang Magic Winner Named,
Participating Horses Adopted
Lone Star Ag Credit Presenting Sponsor

FORT WORTH, Texas — Ginger Duke and Brittney's Inspiration were the winners of the 2015 Mustang Magic performance on January 24 at the John Justin Arena in conjunction with the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Lone Star Ag Credit, an agricultural and rural lending co-op, was the event's presenting sponsor.

The event featured competition between past top-placing Extreme Mustang Makeover trainers and benefits the Mustang Heritage Foundation. The foundation works to increase adoption of wild horses held in the Bureau of Land Management's (BLM) corrals and long-term holding facilities. The BLM is currently responsible for more than 50,000 horses in short- and long-term care.

The foundation promotes the Mustang's versatility, trainability, and worth as an equine companion through gentling programs and competitions, such as this one. At the performance's conclusion, the participating Mustangs were available for adoption by competitive bid. Through these events, the foundation offers the public the opportunity to adopt a true Living Legend that has had a certain amount of training. Since 2007, more than 5,000 American Mustangs have been adopted through the Mustang Heritage Foundation.

As part of the nationwide Farm Credit System, Lone Star Ag Credit has been a reliable source of financing for rural America since 1917. The lender provides financing for agricultural and recreational real estate, rural homes, agricultural equipment, livestock, ag operating expenses and agribusiness firms.

Lone Star Ag Credit has credit offices in Abilene, Cleburne, Corsicana, Denton, Fort Worth, Hillsboro, Lampasas, Mt. Pleasant, New Boston, Paris, Round Rock, Sherman, Stephenville, Sweetwater, Temple, Waco and Weatherford, in addition to the Fort Worth headquarters office.


Published February 2, 2015