Virginia Range Horses in Need of Immediate Placement

There are currently dozens of historic Virginia Range horses that are in need of permanent placement, including two family bands of nine and eleven.  The horses are made up of paints and sorrels, and including varying ages and sexes. Below are some of the horses looking for their forever homes. For more information about and photos of these lovely horses please click here.

Rojo and family: A stallion now named Rojo, looks after two paint mares with one paint filly, two sorrel mares with a paint and sorrel colt, a lead bay mare and a few yearlings which brings his large family to 11.

Waylon and family: Waylon is an all-American stallion captured from the USA Parkway area of the Virginia Range.  He has a velvety sorrel coloring and his age is unknown. His family consists of two mares, two fillies, two colts, and two geldings ages 2-3.

More photos of the horses can be viewed here.

Rescue groups and private parties interested in the adoption of Waylon, Rojo & Family are encouraged to contact Let ‘Em Run coordinator Karen Vineis directly at kvineis@hotmail.com or 775-741-4771.

 

 Bo: Bo is a 2-3 years old black gelding, standing at 14.2 hands and still growing. He is very calm and curious, has very nice confirmation and is making great progress in halter training.

Rio: Bo's friend Rio is 1-2 years old, and about 13.5 hands with a lot of growing to do. He is very sweet and extremely smart.

 

Those interested in Bo and Rio, please email contact@wildhorsepreservation.org