Many a wayfarer upon the high road which ran by Ferrier's farm felt long-forgotten thoughts revive in their mind as they watched her lithe girlish figure tripping through the wheatfields, or met her mounted upon her father's mustang, and managing it with all the ease and grace of a true child of the West.
Unfortunately the horns of one of the creatures, either by accident or design, came in violent contact with the flank of the mustang, and excited it to madness.
She wheeled her mustang round, gave it a cut with her riding-whip, and darted away down the broad road in a rolling cloud of dust.
A pair of large, jingling silver spurs and a stiff sombrero, borrowed with the mustang
from some mysterious source, were donned to do honor to the occasion.
She was mounted on a mustang
or half wild horse, which she managed by a long rope hitched round the under jaw by way of bridle.
In cool mornings, before the sun was fairly up, it was worth a lifetime of city toiling and moiling to perch in the foretop with the driver and see the six mustangs
scamper under the sharp snapping of the whip that never touched them; to scan the blue distances of a world that knew no lords but us; to cleave the wind with uncovered head and feel the sluggish pulses rousing to the spirit of a speed that pretended to the resistless rush of a typhoon
2066, 2076 and 2086 model skid-steer loaders offer SAE-rated operating loads of 2,000, 2,200 and 2,600 pounds, respectively.
platform shares its roots with the Lincoln LS and laguar S-Type (DEW98), but is far enough removed for Ford personnel to stubbornly refer to it as "unique.
After roundup, surplus horses enter an owner-adoption program--a key to BLM's plan to reduce the mustang
herd to a habitat-friendly 27,000 by 2005.
This isn't the first time Mustang
has been slated for production at AAI's Flat Rock facility.