After a trip to the Twin Peaks Herd Management Area and experiencing the thrill of seeing horses in the wild, we realized there may be others who wish to observe unbound Mustangs. So armed with our cameras, binoculars, maps and 4WD we will venture into these wild and rugged places. Within these electronic pages we will share what is out there… Where The Wild Horses Are… living life naturally. Exploring also some of the places they come to be when removed from these management areas.

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Friday, January 14, 2011

Adopt a Wild Mustang

November 24th, 2010 continued...

The Twin Peaks roundup concluded Sunday, September 19 with a total of 1799 horses and burros gathered. So far there have been only 8 adoptions from the Litchfield WH&B corral. There are many that need good homes.
The following shows the process after paperwork is complete.

Bringing up the weanlings.
Sorting the 1 to 3 year old mares.

Mother and baby reunited.
Removing neck tag.
Loading into trailer. 1

Adopt a Wild Horse or Burrow

The three we brought home were from the first herd we saw here at Summit Trough at Spanish Springs.

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