Friday, October 19, 2012


Contact Mustang Heritage Foundation

Mustang Heritage Foundation
P.O. Box 703
Bertram, Texas 78605 
(512) 355-3225
(512) 355-2737 fax
Randi Blasienz 
Event & Program Manager
Jennifer K. Hancock
Marketing Director
Kali Sublett
Event and Program Manager
Melissa Thorne
Creative Director

The Mustang Nation Adoption a Mustang Horse

"Adopt" Your Own Mustang
Make a symbolic Mustang adoption today for only $35 and you'll be helping real, live Mustangs find homes, plus you'll receive: a mustang plush toy, adoption certificate and a free screensaver!

Donate $35 dollars to adopt a wild mustang horse and receive this gift. 

Go visit The Mustang Nation to make a donation today to adopt a Wild Mustang click here. 

Mustang monthly donation

Mustang monthly donation opportunity to help the wild mustangs.

Adopt a Mustang

Adopt a Mustang

Wild Mustange Donations and Membership

The Mustang Heritage Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) public, charitable, nonprofit organization dedicated to facilitating successful adoptions for America’s excess mustangs and burros. Founded in 2001, its mission is to help promote the Bureau of Land Management’s National Wild Horse and Burro Program and increase the number of successful adoptions.
  • Supporting and advancing the repositioning of wild horses (hereafter referred to as mustangs) as a positive horse owning experience in conjunction with the BLM
  • Assisting in creating a more marketable product through improving selection and expanded and enhanced training programs for critical mustang age groups
  • Attracting potential adopters and assisting the BLM in turning prospects into adopters
  • Providing information and education about mustangs and burros, their care, nurturing and use as athletes and companion animals
  • Identifying and providing opportunities to become involved in the mustang and burro experience through adoption, volunteering, sponsorship and philanthropy

Mustang Horse Trust

This trust is in honor of our horse loving mother Lee Ester Munk aka Ms. Lee. and Her sister in-law Alice Desuee Munk who was an Arabian Horse Lover.