Wild Horses Available for Adoption

Tamed Horses For Adoption

Artemis roamed as a feral horse for many years. She was finally rounded up south of Gallup, New Mexico. She would make a good companion horse. She is probably about 15 years old. Link here

Cuddles is a six year old mare from the Jarita Mesa Herd which is managed by the USFS. She is a little spooky most of the time. Link here

Lefty is six and from the Jarita Mesa Herd. He was adopted for 3 years and returned when his adopter died. Link here

Wingnut a.k.a. Victor a.k.a. MichaelAngelo was born in 2011 in Nevada. He has a split ear that you will only discover by petting it. He is opinionated. Link here

Trained Burros for Adoption

Spuds is still just a big shy guy. We'll let you know when he is ready to adopt. Link here

Aubergine is a strong young gelding with a beautiful almost purple color. Very muscular for a donkey! Link here

Horses Needing Non-Riding Sanctuary Homes

Denali is a 10 year old Gelding. Bay, studly, titled horse with cartilage filled right hock. Unsound for riding, but a lot of personality. Live and laugh with this guy. Link here

Gizelle is a classic 10 year old mare. Bay, a bit excitable. Titled horse (for sale, not adoption), would make good pack-horse. Link here

Sequoia is a 12 year old mare. Dark bay, shy, quiet, titled (for sale, not adoption). Would make good pack-horse. Link here

Telsa is a 7 year old gelding with a good heart. He is a little excitable and would love a caring home. $25 adoption fee for this wonderful spirit. Link here

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 Tesla. Anja and Ben, of Santa Fe, NM, sponsor Lefty and Cuddles. Natasha, of Charlie Lake, BC, provides a partial sponsorship of Sequoia.

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 john@mustangcamp.org

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.