BLM Wild Horse & Burro Adoption:
Adopt a healthy, trainable Mustang or Burro from the
Bureau of Land Management
We are excited to announce that
Rio Cosumnes Correctional Facility's new Wild Horse Training Program
will be coming to Napa Mustang Days!
Lesley Neuman returns!
Help Spread the Word: Download this flyer and Post
it at your favorite Horsey places:
Napa Mustang Days is a bi-annual event, produced
in partnership between Napa
Valley Horsemen's Association and the Bureau of Land Management.
To offer the public a fun day in
the country, to reconnect with Napa County's rural roots
To find good homes for some of
the 40,000 wild horses and burros currently living in government
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 encourage successful adoption
of wild horses and burros who have been removed from public lands
To offer education and training
assistance to adopters of wild equines (horses, mules & donkeys)
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
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Bay Area Equestrian Network
3 days of action,
Fun for the
friendly horses & burros
up close and personal
Learn from top
Enjoy performing horses showing the trainability and
versatility of horses.
3 Days of Excitement, Education & Fun For the Whole Family
Thanks to the Mustang Heritage Foundation
for their help toward expenses
You may also want to know:
About Mustangs (Wild Horses) and Burros (Wild Donkeys)
Asked Questions About Adoption and the
BLM Wild Horse & Burro Program