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Horse Gallery!


"There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man."
--Sir Winston Churchill


Horse Gallery
Horses on this page are for sale or adoption by owner. They have already been titled and they need new homes for various reasons. Please contact the owner for for more information on the horse that you are interested in.

Available Horses

Horses or burros on this page may have been gentled to the point of being able to wear a halter, have had some trailer work, and have been led around on a lead. Most of these horses have not been saddle broke or even had a blanket placed on their backs and will still require work to make them that "perfect" horse.

If you have a mustang or domestic horse that you must part with, you can submit your request to While we provide this service free of charge, donations to the NWHA are greatly needed and appreciated. Click images for larger pictures.

Horses for Adoption

The following horse is available for adoption through the Huppie Syndicate not NWHA. If you are interested please contact Paula Isenbarg at 702.437.3367 or 702.858.3542 or email her at

Little Bear is 2002 gelding captured at Jakes Wash in northern Nevada as a two year old.  He is a 14 hands.  He was adopted in 2006, abandoned in 2009 and rescued by The Huppie Syndicate.  He had no formal training.  He is a very sweet, loving boy. I can pick up all four feet, he halters and leads well.  His adoption fee is $650 and he will come vaccinated, trimmed, wormed, trailer trained and with 60 days of professional training by Joe Weitekamp of Diamond W Ranch.

Completion of an adoption application, references and a facility check are required. Once the applicant has completed the adoption process and committed to the adoption, the horse will be sent for training.  For updates on him, please visit:  WoofWhinnyWhisper. If you are interested please contact Paula Isenbarg at 702.437.3367 or 702.858.3542 or email her at

Horses for Sale

If there is a horse available for sale that you are interested in, please call the number listed with the horse for more information and to set up a time to see the horse. Click image for larger picture.



Rascal needs someone who is patient and kind with time and knowledge to continue his progress. He is somewhat halter broken, and leads okay. He can be tied with a blocker ring and has had his feet trimmed with sedation and a patient farrier. He is still learning to trust people but can be worked with. I can no longer keep him because I can not dedicate the need time to see him through and lack the skills it takes to work with a BLM horse. I would love to see him go into a forever home with someone with patience, time and skill. I take full responsibility for him, since I took him from the wild thinking I was saving him. Although he is fed very well and does not have to worry about food or shelter he is now left in a corral with no person of his own to train and work with him. He is about 9 years old and in good condition, current on de-worming. I am willing to donate Rascal to anyone who will take very good care of him and I will deliver him to the Las Vegas area for free.

Thank you.

Please contact me at:
Tamara Peterson



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