MUSTANGS CAN BE GENTLED IF THE HANDLER CAN UNDERSTAND THE HORSE'S NATURE AND ESTABLISH TRUST THROUGH LEAST RESISTANCE TRAINING METHODS. ONCE TRUST IS ESTABLISHED, THE HORSE WILL RECONIZE THE OWNER AS HIS NEW LEADER AND INSTINCTIVELY FOLLOW. TRAINING BECOMES EASY
They are dumb and inbred.
Studies have shown that Mustangs are not inbred. Mares do not breed with the same stallion all their lives, and young fillies are run off by the stallion, to find a new stallion for mating. Young colts are driven off by the stallion to form bachelor bands until they are old enough to compete for mares. It makes sense that intelligence is beneficial for survival in the wild, therefore natural selection would weed out “dumb” animals.