The animals are vaccinated against all common equine diseases including West Nile Virus, and full health care records will be provided at time of adoption.
Silent bidding is open to any US resident 18 years of age or older, and any horses that aren’t bid on will be for sale afterward for a small adoption fee.
There are shelter requirements for adoption that must be verified prior to release of the animals and you must have a year of good care before you receive full ownership.
Preview of the animals will be July 13th from 2 to 5pm at 3200 Longview Drive, Sacramento, CA with adoptions from 8a-5p July 14th. The silent competitive bid will run from 9-11am on July 14th.
For more information, contact the Bureau of Land Management at (866) 4MUSTANGS or Litchfield Corrals at (530) 254-6575.
Additional information is available online at www.wildhorseandburro.blm.gov
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