We recognize the issues facing America’s Mustang. Our efforts have shown that by training and gentling these horses, we increase their chances of adoption. We are focused on connecting trained horses with adopters to reduce the number of mustangs in BLM off-range facilities. We need your help in order for us to continue with program expansion, development and implementation. Won’t you partner with us to bring mustangs home?

By giving a tax-deductible contribution to the Mustang Heritage Foundation we can continue to expand training events and educational programs and place mustangs into private care. If you give $35 or more you will automatically become a member of the Foundation and receive a newsletter, membership card, and merchandise and ticket discounts.



As a nonprofit organization, the Mustang Heritage Foundation relies on private and corporate support to continue mustang training, adoption and education programs. There are a number of ways to show your support for MHF through time, sponsorship and monetary donations. Whether you give annually or monthly every dollar can impact the life of a wild horse in holding.



Donations can be mailed to:
Mustang Heritage Foundation
PO Box 979
Georgetown, Tx 78627





Please call 512-869-3225  if you would like to learn more.

The Mustang Heritage Foundation is a 501 (C)(3), public, charitable, nonprofit organization and contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law. No goods or services were provided by the organization in return for contributing.



There are a number of supporters who give part of the proceeds generated from their services or products to the Mustang Heritage Foundation.

mary-kitzmillerMary Kitzmiller – In 2011, Mary began competing in the Extreme Mustang Makeover. She has a number of top-10 finishes and was awarded fifth place and $50,000 in the prestigious Mustang Million. Check out Mary’s unique line of interior gifts and jewelry. She also produces a number of instructional horse training DVDs. >>


unbrandedUnbranded – The Film – Unbranded follows the story of Ben Masters, Thomas Glover, Jonny Fitzsimons and Ben Thamer as they ride 3,000 miles through the deepest backcountry of the American West, Mexico to Canada in 2013. This is a story of the partnership between horse and rider, a testament to the hardiness of mustangs, and a tribute to the early explorers whose spirit remains today. Enjoy their journey through amazing images in the Unbranded book and the documentary of their amazing journey. >>


rembrandtBarbara Pelle – Barbara Pelle adopted her mustang, Rembrandt, at the 2009 Extreme Mustang Makeover. While raising her mustang, she realized that so many people didn’t know about the real lives and struggles of these horses. Barbara’s children’s book tells the story of Rembrandt growing up wild, being tamed by an EMM trainer, and now living in Texas. You can buy your copy at the link below.
Rembrant The Mustang >>


1moph-logoMilitary Order of the Purple Hearts, Texas Capital Chapter 1919 – The nationwide organization for combat-wounded veterans is chartered by the Congress of the United States. This (local) Texas Capital Chapter has nearly 600 members throughout the state, but most live in the greater Austin metropolitan area.  In furtherance of the objects of the Order, the chapter undertakes educational, fraternal, historical, and patriotic activities in conformance with its Constitution and By-Laws, as set forth in Public Law 85-761. >>


lovedSusan Acree – Susan wrote The Horses I’ve Loved as a form of therapy to deal with the loss of her beloved horse, Race. As she remembered her life with him, memories from all of her amazing horses came flooding back. These are their stories. >>


For access to all Mustang Heritage Foundation merchandise, visit our online store. New merchandise will be updated as it becomes available.

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More information coming soon.


The Mustang Heritage Foundation is always looking for support from outside sources to help further our mission of wild mustang and burro adoptions. As a sponsor of the Extreme Mustang Makeover events your sponsorship will allow the MHF to grow and expand its efforts.

OUR SPECTATORS Adults 25-54 with HHI of $50K+


OUR COMPETITORS   65% women 35% Men – 18-45+



– One of the few equine organizations showing healthy growth patterns

– Untapped market of equine trainers and enthusiasts with no brand loyalty

– 45% Annual increase in first-time trainer participation

– Over 114,000 active Facebook fans


If you would like to become a sponsorship partner, please contact

Kali Sublett Executive Director


If you would like to support a veteran through our Mustangs and Veterans Program please contact

Gayle Graham

Click here to learn more about the program.