The Mustang Heritage Foundation was founded to support the Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse & Burro Program by facilitating the adoption of excess mustangs and burros. We have worked hard to bring this vision to life and have seen the fruition of our efforts through the 8,000 animals that have been placed into loving homes through our programs. But we didn’t reach this point without help. Multitudes of people have come alongside us in partnership, sponsorship and friendship; people who share our passion and look to see the value in every American Mustang. From the smallest child to greats in the equine industry, we have, and continue to, appreciate any and all support.

There are so many ways to get involved. Educate those around you about the range land and herd management, come spectate at an Extreme Mustang Makeover event, help a TIP trainer find an adoptive home for a mustang, renew your annual membership, share our posts on social media, send a tax deductible donation, sponsor a youth trainer, or extend the greatest support by adopting your own American Mustang. No call to action is too small.


Become a Member
Give and get involved. By becoming a member of the Mustang Heritage Foundation, you are helping us continue to expand training events and educational programs and place mustangs into adoptive homes. As an MHF member, you will receive our monthly newsletter, a personalized membership card, and merchandise and ticket discounts. To become a member click here.


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 need your help in order for us to continue with program expansion, development and implementation. Won’t you partner with us in this journey to bring mustangs home?

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.

-Give a monetary donation
-Become an EMM or TIP trainer
-Become an annual member
-Sign up for the MHF newsletter Click here >>
-Sponsor an MHF program
-Adopt a mustang through an MHF program
-Attend and event

Donate Online Click here >>

Donations can be mailed to:
Mustang Heritage Foundation
P.O. Box 979
Georgetown, TX 78627
Or call our office at 512-869-3225 for more information.


Businesses Getting Involved

Large companies often make charitable donations with the ability to create a tax write-off. By becoming a member of The Mustang Heritage Foundation, you will be supporting public awareness through education, increasing gentling and training programs, and  providing adoption assistance.

As a company, you can make a difference by: 

  • Encouraging your company’s charitable support of the Mustang Heritage Foundation 501 (c)(3) public, charitable, nonprofit organization, by supporting a challenge grant fund drive where you match your employees’ contributions to the mustang cause.
  • Contact Kali Sublett, Executive Director, at about sponsorship opportunities at various training events and our veterans program and harness both the power and the passion of mustang fans across the country.
  • Make a difference on a local level with a monetary donation which is not only tax deductible, but will in part go to help fund education, public awareness and gentling programs.


Social media is a great resource for spreading awareness of mustangs and burros. Connect with us through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube or sign up for out monthly newsletter! In a society saturated with social media, it can be easy for many people to become misinformed about important issues. Allow us to be your guide in spreading the word about the American Mustang. Our goal is to accurately inform the public, connect with our supporters on a personal level, and work together to find adoptive homes for these animals.

The overpopulation of wild horses and burros is an issue that effects every tax-paying citizen in the United States. We have resources available to provide education and understanding of the issue. As Americans, it is our responsibility to help maintain, manage, and protect our national range land to ensure that there is a balance and stability in the use of our natural resources to support the livelihood of wild horses and burros.

For more information about the protection and management of wild horses and burros, please visit the links below.

Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse & Burro Program History 

The Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971

Wild Horse and Burro Numbers

Quick Facts about the American Mustang

Quick Facts about Rangeland Management and Natural Resources


Social Media
Feel free to visit us at any of our social media outlets! This is a great way to stay up to date on all of our activity and we would love to hear from you!




Those who have had the privilege of adopting an American Mustang know of the special bond created between horse and owner. We want to hear of your amazing  stories and experiences and share them with others! Connect with us on social media or simply send us an email sharing your story.


Just as we encourage mustang adopters and trainers to share their experiences, we want to keep our story relative to you. Every month, we invite you into our world through our Mustang Messenger Newsletter. We aim to keep our newsletter relevant, useful and interactive. We hope you’ll be encouraged, stay informed and share our story with others who can further our mission. To stay up to date on all things mustang related, sign up today!




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