|Filly#9543 Ready for Adoption|
5 by 5 inches Watercolor
by Linda L Martin Artist
All bidders must be approved before they are able to bid on the available horses and burros. You can get information about this filly and 7other yearlings and how to qualify to adopt through the BLM sight:
Here is the information as provided by the BLM.:
Photo Provided by The BLM
Sex: Filly Age: 1 Years
Height (in hands):
Necktag #: 9543
Date Captured: 10/20/11
Captured: Green Mountain (WY)
#9543 - 1 yr old brown filly, captured Oct 2011 from Green Mountain HMA, Wyoming.
TRAINING UPDATE: This horse is a cute brown filly. She has one of the more refined heads that I have seen on a mustang. She is really looking for security and someone to be a friend. She is shorter boned than the other horses, and has good conformation. I believe she will be very athletic, and is taking to the halter well. She is eating grain and these pictures are of her very first hour in training. Once she realizes no one is going to hurt her she drops her guard and relies on the trainer for comfort. I believe this will make someone a great companion.
This horse is in training at the Mantle Ranch. For more information, email Steve Mantle at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 307-322-5799 evenings.
Video of some of the Internet horses can be viewed at: www.mantleswildhorses.com.
Pick up options (by appt): Mantle Ranch, WY; Elm Creek, NE; Pauls Valley, OK; Piney Woods, MS.
Other pick up options: Rutland, VT (6/15); Unadilla, GA (6/23).
The opening bid is $125.00
You must be approved to bid
This is your opportunity to own an amazing piece of living US History. Personally I think he is a very cute boy and doesn't even begin to look his age.He has a lot of potential for the person wanting to take on a gentling and training project for the summer.
If you are interested and have never adopted I suggest two things: 1) read the requirements and then 2) locate a Tip Trainer near you to guide your through the process and the training.
Tip Trainers can be found through the Mustang Heritage Foundation: http://www.mustangheritagefoundation.org
Requirements and available horses can be found on line at the BLM On-line Adoptions site. http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/whbprogram/adoption_program/facility.html