Horses on this page are 3 years old or younger. Although too young to ride, if you are looking for a horse to train yourself, this may be the place to go. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions about any of the horses.
Bingo is a yearling mustang gelding. He is quite inquisitive and enjoys engaging with people. Bingo has been halter trained using Natural Horsemanship techniques. His education continues with learning to pick up his feet for the farrier. He is current on vaccinations and deworming. Bingo needs a home where his person can spend time with him growing their relationship.
Adoption Fee for Bingo is $250
Pea We is a 2 year old bay USFS mustang. He was born in captivity when his Mom was rounded up while pregnant with him. Pea We is pretty tall for his age and genetics and should mature to right about 15 hands. He's a diamond in the rough so to speak, as he needs more ground work. He will halter, lead and pick up his feet. He likes people and comes to see anyone who comes near his pen. The right home for Pea We would be someone who will take the time to train him right using Natural Horsemanship techniques. Pea We is current on vaccinations, deworming and hoof care.
Adoption Fee for Pea We is $250
Dayle is a lovely half Arab/half Mustang yearling filly. Dayle is energetic and engaging, She loves human attention. She is current on vaccinations, deworming and farrier work. The right home for Dayle would be with a person who has the time to build a relationship based on trust.
Adoption fee for Dayle is $250.00
Gus is a 2 year old gelding who was orphaned as a very young foal. He is going to be a very tall horse - probably 16 hands or more. DNA testing reveals he has Belgian genetics, which does explain both his color and his size. Gus halters, leads, picks up his feet and is current on vaccinations, deworming and farrier work. He is a very engaging and energetic horse who challenges boundaries, so he will do best with an experienced horseperson to keep his manners in place. He loves people but doesn't seem to understand that we are not as big as he is. Gus will make a great horse for that special person.
Adoption Fee for Gus
Vista is a 3 year old gelding. He's just arrived off the range, and is still elusive around people. He is okay once he's haltered, which leads us to believe someone has previously worked with him. Vista is a pony - standing about 13.2 hands. He does halter, lead and load. The right person for Vista would be using gentle techniques and continue his education.
Adoption Fee for Vista is $250
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