Morus is a buttermilk buckskin. He is big, weighing perhaps 1500 lbs, so will be able to carry a large person once he is trained. He appears to be a quarter-horse rather than a true wild mustang, but he was gathered from the Santa Fe National Forest as an estray animal.  He will be gelded before adoption. He has a very calm temperament toward people for the most part but, as a stallion, he is aggressive towards other male horses. His offspring, Hyacinth and Periwinkle, suggest that he may be carrying a gene for sabino. His genetics are significant because any of the female horses in the group gathered with him may be carrying his foals.

To adopt this or any other animal at Mustang Camp, call the adoption coordinator, John Irick at 505-419-9754 or email

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