LRTC Wild Horse Mentors


The purpose of this listing is to provide public access to studs which are of BLM, State of Nevada, Native American, NPS and FWS origin as well as "family farm" mustang bloodline preservation breeders (such as Kiger, Sulphur, Nokota and Pryor Mountain horses.)

Horses are listed alphabetically by state.

Listings will be kept active for one year and can be renewed by request. The submitter of any listing agrees to notify us if the animal is no longer available at stud during this period. To place a listing, Click Here.

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For Missing or Found Animals please go to Wild Horse & Burro Lost & Found


Spotted Jack
Standing at Stud

Melissa Schurr writes:

The Rocky Top Ranch is now standing "Buckeroo" to mares only A.I. Buck is a BLM jack that has sucessfully competed and ribboned in the top 5 in every show he's been in (including Bishops Mule Days). With Bucks outstanding conformation, bone, attitude, refinement, and color you can't go wrong. Buckeroo has to date (no matter what he's been bred to) sired anything solid, which has afforded him the opportunity to be a part of a 10 year homozygous study in donkeys. LFG 2002 breeding fee $350.00

For additional information E-mail Melissa at

Buckskin Mustang
Standing at Stud

Dan McCarty writes:

"'Big Joe,' standing at stud, is a titled BLM Mustang born in 1997 and captured in Oct. 1999. He stands 15.2h, has great confirmation and obviously has QH blood lines. This stallion produces some awesome babies. His latest two colts and their mares can be seen at the Rockin' Cherokee web page. We are located in Cherokee California near Chico on top of Table Mountain. Joe has a good attitude toward training and is my personal saddle horse. "2001 Fee: Stud fee is $250.00 plus $5/day for mare care." Transportation of mare is available. 2800 Cherokee Rd., Cherokee Ca. 95965."

For additional information E-mail Dan at or telephone 530-532-1830.

American Indian Mustang
Available at Stud

Georgia Williamson-Luker writes:

Thunderbolt has the beautiful and correct conformation in the tradition of his American Indian Horse ancestors. He is very even tempered, highly intelligent and has an pleasing horsonality. He is currently being ridden by his amateur owner as a pleasure horse, both in groups and alone.

Thunderbolt was foaled in the wild from Okanogan tribal stock. He is 14.2 hands and breedings have a live foal guarantee.

(Webmaster's note: We have limited space for images here, but this horse is striking, with a nice white blaze and splashes of white on his legs.)

For more information Email Georgia at or telephone 360-387-7537.

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