Wild Horses Available for Adoption
Tamed Horses For Adoption
Frankie was born in captivity to a mustang mare. He is quite friendly to people but often gets pushed around by other horses. He is not quite 13hh and would make someone a nice pony.
Belle Parker is the wildest horse gathered by the Forest Service in New Mexico. She took 60 days of intense training to turn into a sweetheart, but she has since become a mother. She and her baby boy, Nugget, are eligible for adoption, but they cannot be moved from Mustang Camp until mid-August. They cannot be adopted separately until 2022.
Pacheco (aka Speckles) is a fancy pony that will work hard for his treats. He is not super friendly, but looking for a fair deal. He is not quite 13hh. He likes to boss other horses around.
Arviso has finally settled down and become a workable horse after his rough start. He loves to work for food reinforcement and prefers men as trainers.
No Trained Burros Available Now
Horses Needing Non-Riding Sanctuary Homes
Some of our long term horses are sponsored by individual and small business contributors, who pay $50 a month for their feed and care. Ledbetter Plumbing of Alamogordo, NM sponsors Denali and Gizelle. Anja and Ben, of Santa Fe, NM, sponsor Cuddles. Natasha, of Charlie Lake, BC, and Sena Fitzpatrick, of Pine Hill, NM, each provide a partial sponsorship of Sequoia. Amanda, of Santa Fe, NM, provides a sponsorship for Wingnut.
You can sponsor a horse too. Donate at Donorbox
For information about these or other horses for adoption contact John Irick at 505-419-9754 or email email@example.com
Animals adopted to homes in states other than New Mexico require a veterinary health inspection. The cost of this is generally around $50 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.