The U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will offer approximately 40 wild horses ranging from yearling to 5 years old to potential adopters on March 18th and 19th at the Wild Horse Facility, located at Hoosier Horse Park in Edinburgh, Indiana. The Park’s address is 7105 South Kern Street.
A wild free-roaming horse or burro, as defined by Federal law, is an unbranded, unclaimed, free-roaming horse or burro found on Western public rangelands. Wild horses and burros are descendants of animals released by or escaped from Spanish explorers, ranchers, miners, U.S. Cavalry, or Native Americans.
This is a unique opportunity to care for, then own, a “Living Legend” – a symbol of American history, namely, a wild horse or burro. Providing a home for a wild horse or burro is a challenging and rewarding experience. You can adopt your very own symbol of American history.
Horses can be previewed on Friday, March 18 from 2:00-7:00pm, with the adoption on Saturday from 8:00am-5:00pm.
For more information visit www.wildhorseandburro.blm.gov.