Mustang Discovery Ride and EQUUS Film Fest Partner with Equestrian Legacy Radio for Mustang Film Event in Gallatin, TN

The Mustang Discovery Ride team will head into Gallatin, TN on Friday January 14th, 2022. Taking place at the historic Palace Theater located on the town square and beginning at 6 pm where you can meet members of the Mustang Discovery Ride team. Donations will be accepted at the door. This event will be open to the public.

Starting the evening with a short concert by the award-winning Mary Kaye Holt followed by the showing of the full-length documentary from Executive Producer Robert Redford, The Mustangs: America’s Wild Horses, directed by Steve Latham, with music by Willie Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Emmy Lou Harris and others.

Lisanne Fear, Team Rider and Mustang Discovery Foundation, Executive Director, Lisa Diersen, will be joined by, Mustang Discovery Ride Documentary Director, Julianne Neal, they will be at the event and answering your questions both about their journey, creating the documentary and the Mustang horses highlighted on the journey hosted by Gary Holt with Equestrian Legacy Radio.

Suggested donations of $20 (or more) will help accomplish their goal of finding homes for these majestic wild horses!

The Mustang Discovery Ride is presented by EQUUS Film Fest, Mustang Heritage Foundation, J A Media Productions and blk. Water. Their mission is to inspire the adoption of 5000 Mustangs by traveling 5000 miles across the USA on their Mustangs. Hosting educational events and clinics along the way.

There are currently 53,000+ wild horses in holding pens across America. Each and every one deserves a loving home. Can we inspired you to want to adopt one of these living legends?

Join us if you’re interested in adopting and want to find out more!

 The Mustang Discovery Ride will take us on a journey across the United States, coast to coast, on American Mustangs. Riders, Hannah Catalino and Lisanne Fear, will cover 12 states taking 12 months, with the assistance of their support crew. Starting in Delaware in September and ending their journey on the California coast next year. Both girls are trainers who have taken part in the MHF Trainer Incentive Program (TIP). Hannah travels the world as a Mustang Ambassador and trainer doing “Wild Horse Workshops” & Liberty Training Clinics.

 Mustang Discovery Ride presents unique Sponsorship opportunities for interested parties. Please reach out to Mustang Discovery Foundation Executive Director, Lisa Diersen at or call 630-272-3077 for more information and to find out how you can become involved in this amazing cross-country adventure.

EQUUS Film Fest will provide home based support and management. J A Media Productions, Julianne Neal, will assist the team on the development of the documentary, podcast and docu-series.

The EQUUS Film & Arts Fest highlights and rewards the diverse and creative efforts of those who pay artistic homage to the horse. Every horse has a story, it’s our mission at the EQUUS Film & Arts Fest to share those stories, through film, art and literature.

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The Mustang Discovery Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and a wild ride across America to inspire adoptions of living legends. We are working to help people discover how truly incredible these wild horses are, trekking with our favorite companions, 5,000 miles across America to inspire the adoption of 5,000 mustangs. For Sponsorship and Fundraising info please contact


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 JA Media Productions is a boutique creative studio in South Carolina, specializing in podcast production, documentary shorts and content creation. Services include creative direction, social media, remote content creation and production. For more information, please contact Julianne Neal at

 The Mustang Heritage Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to facilitating successful placements of America’s excess wild horses and burros through innovative programs, events, and education.

CONTACT: Lisa Diersen 630-272-3077


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