Wild Horses Available for Adoption
Tamed Horses For Adoption
Cassiopeia is a filly born in 2022 in Orion's band. Her mother is Ursa Major. She will be available for adoption in November. Her parents are just shy of 14 hands.
Mesa Verde Horses For Adoption
Mesa Verde horses are the property of the National Mustang Association of Colorado. We are making referrals for potential adopters. Their fee structure and adoption requirements are slightly different than ours. If you would like to adopt one of the Mesa Verde Horses, register on this form: LINK TO FORM
Every one of these horses is exceptionally calm and trusting towards people. They are all larger than most mustangs and correctly proportioned. These are amazing animals and we feel lucky to have been chosen to train them.
Hermosa is a large buckskin mare. Since her arrival at Mustang Camp, she has been dragging her hind legs at time and will be receiving chiropractic treatment when she is trained. Her age is not known. LINK
Towac is a big bay mare who is the herd leader. She is happy to work with people and will make someone a great riding horse. She is the mother of Cortez. She was estimated to have been born in 2019. LINK
Burro Pairs Available
Minnie and Abilene are standard size donkeys. They have met all the training requirements but are still a little shy. They came from the New Mexico Livestock Board, who picked them up as estray.
Cadillac and Carnation are pink donkeys from the edge of the Grand Canyon. They are both small donkeys and very friendly. They came from the US Forest Service
Bisbee and Aubergine rule the roost in the donkey pen. They are both large standards and have had extensive handling. They came from the BLM.
Horses Needing Non-Riding Sanctuary Homes
Ursa Major is the mama bear of the small band of horses gathered from central New Mexico. She has just started her training. We estimate that she is over 12 years old. She must be adopted with Orion.
Orion is an older recently-gelded horse, who bears the scars of 15 years of maintaining his herd in central New Mexico. He is shy and kind to the orphan foal, Phoenix. He must be adopted with his mate, Ursa.
HOW TO ADOPT
For information about these or other horses for adoption contact John Irick at 505-419-9754 or email email@example.com
Click here to download the Adoption Application Fill it out, email or mail it back.
Animals adopted to homes in states other than New Mexico require a veterinary health inspection. The cost of this is generally around $70 per animal. We will take the animal to the vet, but this charge must be paid by the out-of-state adopter as a deposit on the delivery.