If there’s a place in your heart for a wild mustang or burro…and you’re ready to adopt… come to Ingalls Park in Norco this Saturday and Sunday.
The Bureau of Land Management will offer 80 wild horses and 20 wild burros to qualified adopters through its Adopt-A-Horse or Burro Program.
These beautiful mustangs and burros were gathered from public lands in California, and they’re in excellent health. They arrive at the park around noon on Friday and will be available for public viewing.
Mustangs are renowned for their strength, speed and endurance. Burros make excellent pets, companion animals and guard animals.
The minimum bid is only $125 dollars per animal. Fees may be paid by cash, check, or credit card.
Don’t miss this opportunity to adopt a wild mustang or burro this weekend at Ingalls Park in Norco.
For more information call eight hundred, nine five one, eight seven two zero. That’s eight hundred, nine five one, eight seven two zero.