“Stone Cabin” trapsite adoption info

The Bureau of Land Management will be hosting a “trapsite” adoption in Tonopah Nevada. (scroll down for pictures, individuals will be listed by aprox. age and sex by Monday morning).

Young horses pulled from the Stone Cabin and Saulsbury HMA’s will be available for adoption at the BLM pens at temporary holding.

All regular adoption requirements apply and you must have an approved application.  An application may be downloaded at this link: http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/wo/Planning_and_Renewable_Resources/wild_horses_and_burros/adoption_application.Par.32707.File.dat/BLM_4710-010.pdf

Adoption requirements may be read here: http://www.blm.gov/or/resources/whb/files/adoption_requirements.pdf

These animals will receive vaccines and freezebranding (and Coggins) prior to adoption.

The date to “bring the trailer” is February 18.

If you are interested in adoption please contact Thomas Seley, Field Manager, Bureau of Land Management Tonopah Field Office at (775) 482-7801 or you may forward questions to Wild Horse Education at WildHorseEducation@gmail.com

Available Horses (updating in progress)

“Toasted Marshmallow” is the color label given at the field office                                             Weanling Male, very curious

“White” female, very brave girl… 


Little boy Grey

Little girl Chestnut

Misc. pics…. update in progress

Little boy

Youngsters available for adoption on the range

These two make a great pair

Little girls