MUSTANG HERITAGE FOUNDATION
This website will take you to their many wonderful Mustang Makeover and Mustang Challenge events, as well as their new Trainer Incentive Program
Nancy Kerson's Mustangs "4" Us Website.
Where did your wild horse or burro come from? Click HERE for "Gallery of Herd Management Areas."
http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/wild_horse_and_burro/events.html This link will provide you with the adoption schedule for the U.S. Most of these are satellite adoptions where the BLM brings animals to towns closer to the population. At these adoptions, you can take your trailer and adopt on the day the adoption occurs.
http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/wild_horse_and_burro/adoption_of_wild_horses/how_to_adopt.html This link gives you the information you’ll need in order to be ready when the time comes.
If you are in California, there are two holding facilities that you can make appointments with, take your horse trailer to, and adopt.
In Northern California, there is the Litchfield holding facility which is about 18 miles up 395 from Susanville. Their number is: 1(800) 545-4256.
In Southern California there is the Ridgecrest Holding Facility. It is located just outside of Ridgecrest, CA. Their number is: 1 (760) 384-5765.
For out of state, there is the Palomino Valley Corrals. Their number is: 775-475-2222. At PVC, you make an appointment, go there to adopt, and then make arrangements to pick the animal up at a later date.
Other Mustang and/or Burro Clubs & Mentor Groups Throughout the US
Can't Own a Mustang or Burro But Want to Sponsor One?
The following Organizations are set up for "(Virtual) Adopt-a-Horse" or "Sponsor a Burro" Gifts and Pledges: (some of these have materials for teachers, school projects, etc.)
SEE WILD HORSES IN THE WILD:
ROCK CREEK PACK STATION WILD HORSE VIEWING TRIPS (Montgomery Pass HMA on the California-Nevada border near Bishop, CA - can be taken for college credit through UC Davis Extension)