Mustang Horse for Sale?

Once wild and free, the mustangs you will find in our classified ads have a heritage as old and diverse as our nation itself. Also known as American feral or BLM horses, the mustang is a tough, tenacious animal that has survived through its savvy and courage. The mustang got its “hoof hold” in the nation when the Spanish sent over an estimated 10,000 horses to be set free in the Rio Grande area in an attempt to prevent the Native Americans from stealing horses from their settlements. By 1900 over 2 million roamed free, but after conflict with ranchers, by 1970 a mere 17,000 remained. If you’re looking for horses for sale, consider one of the mustangs in our classified ads and be an owner of one of the symbols of the American West.

$3,000
North Zulch, TX $500
Chino Valley, AZ

How much does mustang horse cost?

A Mustang horse will cost on average between $125-$5,000. When adopting a Mustang from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), prices start at $125 for horses with training and $25 for untrained horses. Factors such as age, training, and gender can influence the cost.

How can I buy a mustang horse?

To adopt or purchase a wild horse or burro from the BLM, you can visit an off-range corral near you, bid for a horse on the Online Corral, or attend an offsite event. The BLM holds adoption and purchase events at different locations throughout the United States.

Can you buy a mustang horse in UK?

The herds are managed by the Bureau of Land Management, which hosts regular events to enable people to adopt or buy a Mustang. Private vendors may sell a Mustang too, so there are various ways to acquire one of these beautiful, charismatic horses. With your personal request in search of the horse of your dreams.

Are mustang horses good for beginners?

Are Mustangs Good for Beginners? Mustangs bred in the wild do not make good horses for riding for beginners because they need firm and experienced handling and training. However, once they are used to working with humans, they make affectionate and personable companions capable of taking care of themselves.

Some horse populations live in the wild or are feral horses that used to be domesticated but have since been allowed to live on their own. The Bureau of Land Management is a government agency that sometimes holds sales or auctions for wild horses, Mustangs and Burros. In addition, some breeds like the Nokota horse live in the wild and are managed by a conservancy.

The horses are being sold with restrictions against slaughter. The lower price increases concerns about the horses falling into the hands of kill buyers, however.

USFS did not treat and release any mares with safe, proven and humane fertility control vaccines, which would curb reproduction and calls for future roundups.

10 yr old, 14. 1 HH yakima mustang mare.

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