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The RESULTS of the Latest Prisoner Trained Mustang Adoption!


I have the results printed under each photo below.  However, I wanted you all to see the original post, in case you missed it.  So, I’ve re-posted it here.

Again this time, many of the horses went for very low prices.  Such a deal!!   Really, you should consider adopting from here.  The horses are healthy, smart, trained (8 hours a day, 5 days a week for 4 months) and the Coggins and Health Certs are included!  Arrangements for travel are easy…

I am a huge proponent of these sales because I have attended 4 and own one of the Mustangs – Rojo.  I love him.

(To be honest, if you read my first post about my first attendance to one of these events, you will see that I had huge trepidation about this program.  But, I have since changed my mind – totally.)

THE NEXT ADOPTION IS MAY 19TH 2012.  MARK YOUR CALENDAR AND GO!  (If I can help you arrange something, let me know! )

Again, below is the original post for this particular adoption but I’ve added their final adoption price to each horse photo .


(with final sale prices included under the photos of each horse)

OMG!  Another great opportunity for you all!   I swear, get a plane ticket to Carson City, Nevada now!  These horses are well trained, smart, healthy and the last of an evaporating American breed – THE MUSTANG.

I adore Rojo, my accidental adoptee from the last auction.  (If you’d like to read his stories, click here.)  He is so calm, smart, well trained, obedient, happy and a THINKING HORSE.  He doesn’t spook easily and is very sure of himself but still plays nicely and gets along with others.  A true gentleman and scholar.

As a background, these horses were all wild until recently when they were rounded up and stuck in over-crowded BLM holding pens.  Ugh.  All of them are familiar with survival – both on the land and in the heartbreaking situation of the holding pens.



I’m not advertising them as inexpensive they become discardable – because the is the farthest from my truth.  They may be a real deal but they aren’t unworthy…  I’m merely saying that the auctions are not well attended and some of these great horses aren’t even bid upon.  Last time, 4 very fine horses had no bidders.

However, one cannot go up there with a stock trailer and expect to buy cheap horses for resale or slaughter.  The wranglers and Brand Inspectors are a bit partial to these horses since they have worked with them for the last 4 months…  You have to prove that you have the property to house a mustang (or a proper boarding facility)  so BE PREPARED to show them what you have and back it up with photos of your facility.



I think Rojo is the second best horse I’ve EVER purchased.  (The first best horse was Aladdin and since I have a small statue erected to him plus his photos all over the house, beating him to my heart would be a tall order.  But, Rojo is a close second already!)

This was my Rojo's pic for the adoption brochure



The BLM knows that folks come from out of state and don’t bring trailers to the auctions.  So, they will keep any horse that you bid on temporarily while you arrange transport.

Another great thing is that they do have a Brand Inspector and Vet on the premises of the auction and therefore provide a Coggins and Health Certificate (HC is good for 10 days) immediately INCLUDED IN THE ADOPTION FEE (that alone is worth more than the initial starting bid of $150 which several horses sold for last time)!

So, there are no delays once you have transportation set up.  (They also know local equine truckers who will haul for you out of state…)

This is the new group.  Look at them all standing in a huge group- calm.



Dollar sold for $400, Easy Does it: $300


Debo sold for $300, T-Bird: $1000


Ambrossio sold for $500, Just Right: $150


Apple Jax sold for $1100, Little Guy: $800


Sleepy Hollow sold for $1400, Snickers: $700


Whirlwind Dreamer sold for $150, Little Leo: $150


Chester sold for $150, Kane: $900


Drifter had no bidders, Drako sold for $300






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