Mustang Heritage Foundation Secures Greater Support

Mustang Heritage Foundation Secures Greater Support Vetericyn products support trainers while Equestrian Singles make a date

Bertram, Texas — The care of wild horses being trained for the Extreme Mustang Makeover is a top priority for the Mustang Heritage Foundation (MHF), making its newest corporate sponsor, Vetericyn, a perfect fit. Vetericyn is an innovative new product that is being used to clean, treat and heal all wounds and infections in animals. It is safe as water, yet clinically proven to kill MRSA, staph, fungi and bacteria in just 30 seconds without harming healthy tissue.

Vetericyn is an easy to use, one-step wound and infection formula and can be used around the eyes and mouth. This is a great product to always have with you in your trailer, barn, truck or home. Vetericyn can also be used as a preventative and disinfectant on all tack and equipment to kill bacteria.

“Vetericyn is as ‘green’ as our mustangs,” states Foundation Executive Director, Patti Colbert. “It’s wonderful to work with a product that is environmentally friendly and safe for all animals. ”

In addition to introducing Vetericyn to the more than 700 horse trainers and enthusiasts involved in Extreme Mustang Makeover events and the Trainer Incentive Program, Vetericyn will also be the supporting sponsor of the Extreme Mutt Makeover.

Vetericyn products will be given to the ten dog trainers that are working with ten shelter dogs from the Humane Society of North Texas. The dogs and trainers will be competing for prize money in conjunction with the Extreme Mustang Makeover event in Fort Worth, September 18-20, at the Will Rogers Equestrian Center.

The MHF also welcomes Equestrian Singles the sponsorship lineup, which already includes top companies Fort Dodge Animal Health, Western Horseman, Smith Brothers, Martin Saddlery, Daily 72 and Roper. The Mustang Heritage Foundation found that a number of Extreme Mustang Makeover trainers met and became couples through Equestrian Singles.

“The horse industry is all about having fun and meeting people,” said Colbert, “so what better partnership between the more than 10,000 Mustang fans and the 60,000 Equestrian Single members!” CEO/Founder, Jan Mirkin stated, ” Many of our members already participate in the Extreme Mustang Makovers happening across the country.

We are extremely proud of Mark Lyon, a member of, who won the Fort Worth EMM. It’s a natural fit to for us to further promote the Trainer Incentive program, and inform the horse community how special the Mustangs really are.”

Marcia Zwilling, President/Founder is also an adopter herself. ” I adopted my first Mustang at the Fort Worth Makeover last year. She is amazing, and I know she is going to be one of the best horses I’ve ever had. I love how our community continues to make a difference in these horses lives through their participation and adoptions.

The top ten single winners of the Ft. Worth Extreme Mustang Makeover will receive complimentary memberships to Equestrian Singles.