Ever dream of working with a wild horse? Wonder what the differences would be from one that has been around humans all it’s life?
You could have that opportunity. Not only that but if you would like to share your experiences with the Wild Horses of Alberta Society they would love to follow along with your training and enjoyment of the horses and share your experiences and training tips with others on their website.
There is an opportunity to purchase two wild horses that are listed for sale on the classifieds on Northernhorse.com. Very nice looking individuals. Mature enough to start training. Can be bought and owned by you.
Copper is a 5 year old mustang mare. She is sweet and quick to learn. With her gorgeous coat, she is sure to be an eye catcher whether out on the trails or at the shows. Copper has started her ground work already.
Hawk is a a gorgeous 6 year old mustang gelding. He’s extremely friendly & gentle. He’s ready for you to train and bond with him. Hawk has had some round penning done. Like most mustangs he is intelligent and learns easily. As you can see he is beautifully marked and has the richest dark bay markings
What an opportunity to own and work with a genuine wild horse.
They have a certificate of title which states their ages and that they are feral mustang horses from Sheldon National Wild Life Refuge and brought to Canada in 2004. There are no forms to fill out for the new owners.
We would love to see these horses find a deserving home and would be pleased to do a follow up story and post their progress on our site in the future.
These horses were initially brought to Canada in 2004 by an Alberta entrepreneur to start a mustang refuge and tourist centre but it didn’t pan out, so WHOAS offered to advertise the last two horses not yet sold privately.
Maybe you will be the one to give Copper a deserving home, as Hawk is now sold and will live with Mustang Sally and her owner.
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Hi do you have any wild horses that are already fully broke for sale? I’d also like to know how much does it cost to adopt a wild horse? Thanks!
HI, Carly. No we do not train these horses, we just gentle them so they are halter broke, safe to handle and are good with brushing and cleaning their feet. It is up to the new owner to take their training along to do what they want. Our adoption fee is $500 and we do vet prospective owners to ensure they are going to an approbate home. The adoption application can be found on the website. Thanks for your interest.
Hello from Camrose,
I would love to have a mustang to look after and train it for Mounted archery. Have the facility including a stable.