THE Mustang Heritage Foundation works to ensure the successful private placement of excess wild horses and burros removed from public lands so future generation can enjoy this distinctive feature of our American heritage. The primary mission of the Mustang Heritage Foundation is to create, promote, support and manage programs and activities that provide information and education to the public about wild horses and burros; elevate the public image and desirability of wild horses and burros; provide opportunities for members of the public to become involved in the wild horse and burro experience; secure adequate numbers of skilled and caring private homes for excess horses to ensure healthy wild herds and rangelands through the placement of excess animals removed from public lands; and identify and develop sources of private financial support for the Foundation’s mission.
Upon graduation from Tarleton State University, Kali went to work for the American Paint Horse Association serving as Director of Amateur Activities …Read more
As a fourth-generation agriculturalist, Randi has a passion for the people and ideals of the agriculture industry …Read more
Stormy Mullins attended Texas A&M University earning a bachelor’s degree in animal science and then attended Tarleton State University, where he graduated with a master’s of science in teaching …Read more
Though she grew up in the heart of Houston, Lizzy Landry has had a passion for horses her entire life …Read more
Matt is from Austin, TX and has worked with the Mustang Heritage Foundation for over three years. He has shown horses since he was 13 years old …Read more
Brandyl grew up showing horses nationally, and even competed in an Extreme Mustang
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