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 Llorona     6 Mare     Big, nice moving cremello mare from the Wall Canyon HMA in California. Very high energy and clever. A unicorn that needs to be kept busy. She may have issues with her hind pasterns, but the veterinarian who examined her said she is not lame and will be suitable for light riding. We will be getting x-rays to determine the extent of this problem.
 Pippi  6 Mare 13.2 She loves to be scratched and is very trusting of people. She was exceptionally quick to learn throughout the program until we got to the trailer, but she has even that under her belt now. A very feminine mare, who in the wild would have been in charge. Her stocky build will make her into a very special riding horse. Can be very aggressive toward other horses, so we recommend her as a only horse.
 Leonardo 3013 6  Gelding This is a truly gorgeous bay but initially was a little doubtful about humans. He was captured in August of 2016 from the Silver King HMA (NV). The BLM estimated his age as 6, but he may be older.  
Seal brown horse with a soft eye
 Michaelangelo 3310 6  Gelding  Mike was captured outside of a herd management area in Nevada as a five year old. His color is a rich grey brown with yellowish highlights. He loves being petted and scratched except when he is nervous about his world.
 Gabrielle     1 Filly  This girl is a hefty yearling with a calm temperament. She was captured on the Jicarilla Herd Management Area in Northern New Mexico. Matches Xena, but the more placid of the two.
 Xena  1 Filly  This girl is a hefty yearling with a bold temperament. Matches Gabrielle and would make a great team for driving in a few years. Captured on the Jicarilla Herd Management Area in Northern New Mexico. These horses are expected to be about 13hh when full grown.


Adoption will be arranged through the rescue organization owning the animal.
 Valoroso McKinley County Humane Society 3  Gelding Valoroso got caught stealing hay at the Gallup Flea Market in January of 2017. He seems to have wandered into town from the Navajo Nation. We are getting him ready to be gelded. He has a very kind demeanor but when he is deprived of equine companions, he tries to bite and play with the humans.    
 Tango McKinley County Humane Society 4 Mare     Tango was picked up by the NM Livestock Board from somewhere north of Bernalillo, NM. She is coming around quickly to some TLC. We have plans for her to gain 100 lbs and get her feet trimmed. Stay tuned for the make-over!
  Artemis McKinley County Humane Society    Mare Rescued from the roadside south of Gallup, New Mexico, Artemis has a young filly foal by her side. Artemis is calm and collected, but her foal is a hot tempered redhead.
 Casper McKinley County Humane Society   1 Colt  Casper is a very calm level headed youngster. He was captured running with Artemis (probably her older foal) along a roadside south of Gallup, New Mexico. PROVISIONALLY ADOPTED
 Punkin McKinley County Humane Society   1 Colt This red-dun is a very smart and willing horse. He will eventually become an exceptional horse in the right hands because he has so much drive to succeed. He was captured along a roadside south of Gallup, New Mexico. The mare that died in the cattlegaurd is presumed to be his mother. PROVISIONALLY ADOPTED

No BURROS AVAILABLE at this time


 Cuddles  9150  3  Mare  13.1  Bay, excitable, challenging to train. Does well with extreme consistency and a very light hand.
Bay horse
 Denali    10  Gelding  14.2  Bay, studly, titled horse with cartilage filled right hock. Unsound for riding, but a lot of personality.
Gizelle  7232 10  Mare   14  Bay, excitable. titled horse (for sale, not adoption), would make good packhorse.
 Sequoia  7234  12  Mare   13.1  Dark bay, shy, quiet, titled (for sale, not adoption). Would make good packhorse.
 Tesla  7301  7  Gelding  14  Unsound, excitable, $25 adoption fee   

For information about these or other horses for adoption
contact  John Irick at 505-419-9754 or

We can reserve your horse upon receipt of signed application form.

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