Lost Cowboy finds a home on LI

Lost Cowboy, who was tamed and trained by

Lost Cowboy, who was tamed and trained by Cliff Schadt Jr., left, will set up residence at Serendipity Farm in Riverhead with his new owner, Serendipity founder Dana Grimaldi. Her $5,000 auction bid for the once-wild mustang at the conclusion of the Extreme Mustang Makeover in Pennsylvania in August was the highest for the 23 horses available. (Credit: Daniel Brennan)

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Lost Cowboy, a 4-year-old horse, and others, are among mustangs caught in the wild that were then trained and put through the Extreme Mustang Makeover challenge. The horses were auctioned after the contest, with Lost Cowboy fetching the highest price. He, along with five other horses, will make Long Island their permanent home.

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