Mustang Adoption / Training Program for Individuals has formed the Mustang Adoption / Training Program in an effort to rescue, protect and find homes for America’s Wild Horses. Follow the links below and see how our program is working for those that have adopted these special horses.

Chisum-JP1a Tamara and Craig from Hideout Ranch adopt a very special Mustang

Tamara and Craig from Hideout Ranch, a spectacular ranch on the Arizona-New Mexico border, have adopted a special wild Mustang they’ve named Chisum. With one trained Mustang already in their herd, Tamara and Craig know what it’s like to work with a horse born in the wild. Read More

Fiddlwtown Cliff and Gayle, on April 29, 2016, will begin the adventure of providing rescue and a home for 2 spectacular wild Mustangs.

In 2002 Cliff and Gayle acquired a beautiful property in the Sierra Foothills of California near Fiddletown, CA and named it Dry Bone Ranch after our two rescue dogs, Maggie and Autumn. Please check this page periodically as it will be updated with videos and photos of the training process. Read More

Frank and Sue Frank and Sue from Park City. Utah begin their great adventure to protect and provide a home for 2 wild Mustangs.

Frank and Sue are 2 very unique and dedicated individuals who share the important mission to save and protect and care for these extraordinary wild horses, one of America’s greatest but sadly neglected treasures. Please be sure to check back for updates to this page as their adventure begins. Read More

lottie2 The Journey of JP & Chance – A Special Mustang

“It was taken on the Mustang’s first day. JP was getting the Mustang used to him and spending time in the round pen. Calm and quiet, some nights JP would sleep in the round pen. Chance grew in confidence, became more comfortable in his presence and one night even playfully took JP’s sleeping bag off him” Read More

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