Do something wild!
Come out to the Napa Valley Horsemenís Association
June 12, 13, and 14
for Napa Mustang Days!
Napa Mustang Days offers the public a day to come out, enjoy horses,
and celebrate our proud equestrian history.
Napa Mustang Days combines an adoption of wild horses and burros
gathered off public lands by the Bureau of Land Management, saddle
trained horses from the new wild horse training program at Rio Cosumnes
Correctional Center, training demonstrations by wild horse experts, and
a Saturday afternoon showcase featuring exciting equine entertainment -
all in a country fair atmosphere complete with vendor booths, barbecue,
and food and drinks.
This year we are excited to offer two screenings of the eagerly-awaited
new adventure documentary,
Unbranded! Friday at 6:00PM
($15 donation includes pizza and soft drinks) and 5:00 PM on Saturday
($10 donation includes popcorn and soft drinks).
On Friday afternoon the wild horses and burros arrive. On Saturday, the
adoption of wild ones starts at 9 AM, the saddle trained horses start at
12:30 AM, and the arena showcase is at 1 PM. After the show, stay and watch
our great trainers.
We have Lesley Neuman, a perennial favorite from
Oregon, Fred Woehl, an experienced Mustang trainer who performs at Branson,
Missouri, and Lena Haug of Sebastopolís Windhorse Ranch.
those whose Mustangs have long since been gentled, we are focusing
on the hottest, fastest-growing horse activity, Cowboy Dressage. Krista
Koenig and David Kneller of Arroyo Grande, CA, and Cherie Cross and
Sarah Dickenson of Marin
County will provide several demos and mini-clinics throughout the
weekend. Sunday the BLM adoption continues, as do non-stop training and
Donít miss out! Mark your calendar now for Napa Mustang Days, June 12,
13, and 14, at the Napa Valley Horsemenís Association at 1200 Foster
Road, here in Napa.
To offer the public a fun day in
the country, to reconnect with Napa County's rural roots and our
country's proud equestrian history
To encourage successful adoption
of wild horses and burros who have been removed from public lands
To offer the public a chance to
meet horses and donkeys in a friendly, fun setting; To learn about
equines and to inspire people to appreciate and care about them.
To offer education and training
assistance to adopters of wild equines (horses, mules & donkeys)
Napa Mustang Days is a bi-annual event, produced
in partnership between Napa
Valley Horsemen's Association and the Bureau of Land Management.
NAPA MUSTANG DAYS
June 14, 15, & 16, 2013
Napa Valley Horsemen's Association
1200 Foster Road
Napa, CA 94559
For information about adopting, call 1-866-4MUSTANGS