Wild Horse Sanctuary hopes to find some horses new homes

Apr 15, 2016 5:46 PM by News Staff

From buckin' broncos to wild stallions, the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown is holding an adoption day event this weekend.

It gets underway Saturday morning at 8 a.m. with a silent auction.

About 25 yearlings and two-year old mustangs will be available.

Interested parties must have the proper space, shelter, and enough money to take in a horse, but executive director Jill Tobia said it's all worth it

“We invite people who have the time, the patience, the finances to dedicate to a young horse, it's an investment in a wonderful future,” she said. “There's no better way to relax and just enjoy being outdoors and having just a good partner to hang out with.”

The annual adoption helps the sanctuary manage its herd of around 300 wild mustangs and burros.

Horses not selected during the auction will still be available.

For more information, visit the sanctuary’s website here.


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