Adoption! Diamonds still need homes!

Today at the Eureka Fire station twelve little Diamonds were adopted! But there are seven more that were taken from the range and held in temporary corrals that would love to be your Valentine.

A foot of snow on the ground and continual delays during the roundup still had committed adopters come out to chose their new babies. These babies are becoming acclimated to humans as their presence at the fire station had employees spending time hand feeding and talking to the babies.

This option is not for everyone but it allows an adopter to control some of the stimulus that their  horse is exposed to. These babies have never been on a semi-truck nor transported and held in a large facility.

The following are some of the Diamonds still looking for homes and new photos will be posted by BLM soon (photos courtesy BLM).

#14 Sorrel colt

#14 Sorrel colt

#19 sorrel filly

#19 sorrel filly

#17 sorrel filly

#17 sorrel filly

#10 sorrel colt

#10 sorrel colt

#2 Brown filly

#2 Brown filly

There are others including two sorrel pinto colts,  #1 and #15, that did not find a home but pictures are not available yet.
BLM will have the adoption corrals available Sunday as well for anyone interested. PLease contact Shawna of BLM asap. s1richar@blm.gov
Follow our work at Wild Horse Education, and learn about where these babies came from, on our website: wildhorseeducation.org

 

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