The Man Who Listens to Horses - Chapter 9 Full Circle and Appendix Summary & Analysis

Monty Roberts
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Monty always wants a join up with a wild mustang. He is told that it is too dangerous. However, even though he is 62 in 1997, he decides to try to achieve this goal. Monty is nervous and apprehensive, but something inside tells him to follow this dream. Additionally, the BBC TV show Q.E.D offers to assist Monty with his goal. This gives Monty an additional reason to try to achieve his goal.

Quickly, Monty finds out that the law prohibits dealing directly with wild mustangs. The only way to interact with a wild mustang is actually to adopt one. There is a lottery for mustangs, and luckily, the BBC producers manage to select a lottery number that allows the adoption to take place. Monty hires a woman from Santa Barbara Wildwatch as well as an animal...

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