Kaimanawa Stories

What is it like getting a Wild Kaimanawa?

If you have ever wanted to know what it’s like to get a Wild Kaimanawa from a muster you will enjoy reading our interviews with people who have done just that.

If you have a story about receiving a wild Kaimanawa from a muster and you would like to share then please email ben.moores@kaimanawaheritagehorses.org and we will send you some interview questions. If your story it selected it will be published here.

Thinking of applying?

Visit our application page and download the form, or just have a read and see what’s involved. If you’ve got any questions then send an email to muster@kaimanawaheritagehorses.org.

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Number 1 – Kirsten from Otane

In the first of a series of interviews, KHH meets Kirsten from Otane and her two Kaimanawas Te Ata and Tika. Read now…


Number 2 – Nickie from Waikato RDA

Nickie Dove is a coach at the Waikato RDA who got two horses from the 2014 muster to join their other Kaimanawas. Read now…


Number 3 – Claire from the Waikato

Claire Ewen worked closely with Robin Sisley when she received a colt and filly from the 2014 muster. Read now…


Number 4 – Petra from Raglan

Petra received an in–foal mare from the 2014 muster, and is working towards  introducing her into her horse trekking business, Surf&Turf, in Raglan. Read now…

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