Historic Wild Mustang Adoption and Private Sanctuary Placement
Take the West Home
The Wild For Life Foundation is seeking private sanctuary partnerships – private land owners who are willing to give these symbols of America a place to call their new forever home where they can roam free for the remainder of their lives. Adopters are also sought for wild horse youngsters - If you have room in your barn for one or two more, please let us know!
From 2013 - 2016, the Wild For Life Foundation Wild Horse Rescue and Recovery Mission saved approximately 200 wild horses and burros from life threatening danger. Many of these equines have been successfully placed into private sanctuary homes or tamed, trained and adopted. Approximately one dozen Mustang youngsters who were born at our sanctuary after their mothers were saved from slaughter, remain under the direct care of WFLF's equine program and a few very special colts are now available for adoption in pairs. There are also a few small bands of historic Mustangs who have recently completed their recovery process and are now available to approved applicants for long term placement through our sanctuary partnership program. Learn about the colorful history of WFLF's Mustangs through WFLF's Indigenous Heritage program.
Your assistance with placement of horses allows us to have more resources to carry out our mission and enhances our ability help other equines in need.
Please email us if you can be a private sanctuary or a foster home for WFLF Mustang refugees in need.
MEET THE HORSES
Meet the Horses Visit our 'Meet the Horses' page. We are always updating this information. We have wonderful horses (and donkeys, ponies, minis and more!) ready to go to their new home! And if you don't see a horse who fits your interests, please feel free to email us for the most up to date information about horses currently available.
General Qualifications for Placement:
• Be 21 years of age or older
• Be financially able to properly house, feed, and provide veterinary and farrier care for the animal(s) (LEARN MORE)
Wild Horse Youngster Adoption:
There are wild horse youngsters in a variety of natures beautiful shades and colors currently available for placement.
• Our Adoption fees range between $500-$1000 and are considered a donation to the Sanctuary.
Donations may be made by cash, check or money order. All donations will help and are highly appreciated.
If you have a farm, ranch, land, barn/ house in need of purpose, there are rescue animals in need of sanctuary and land to roam and graze. You can make a difference.
Adoption placement and Private Sanctuary Partnerships are available to qualified candidates in the Western region of the U.S., including California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Idaho.
Please email if you can be a private sanctuary in California, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Washington or Idaho, or if you can be a foster home in the Riverside, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino or San Diego areas of CA.
All donations will help and are highly appreciated.
Your assistance in helping to provide a loving home for a horse (or horses) in need allows us to have more resources to care for the ones that are NOT ready for placement yet.
Want to help but don't have land?
Sponsor an American Mustang in your name or your company name.
American Mustang Sponsorships are a wonderful way to help Mustangs in need, engage with the horse loving community and demonstrate your dedication to end the irradiation of America’s wild horses in a major way.
Your monthly donation assures quality care and and housing for homeless victimized horses recently rescued and now cared for through WFLF's wild horse program. You will receive an Sponsor Certificate from the Wild For Life Foundation, and photographs and updates for the duration of your sposnorship.
We could not accomplish this vital lifesaving work without your support.