Midwest Mustang Ranch - Wild Horse and Burro Training and Adoption Facility
We're currently under construction-- here and at the Ranch!
 
 
The Midwest Mustang Ranch is located along Nebraska State Highway 12—a nationally registered scenic highway—on the Santee Sioux Nation Indian reservation in Knox County, Nebraska, and provides rangeland habitat and working facilities for 200 head of wild horses on approximately 1,500 acres of native prairie grassland.
 
While the primary goal of the Ranch is to ensure the humane care and management of the animals, the Ranch encourages visitation with regular tours and educational venues.
 
In cooperation with the Bureau of Land Managment (BLM), another of our on-going objectives is maintaining a thorough training and adoption schedule to place mustangs with caring owners.
 
Having gained the support and endorsement of world-renowned horseman and mustang trainer, Clinton Anderson, all horses will be trained in the style of “least-resistance horsemanship” modeled by Anderson’s Down-Under Horsemanship.
 
Midwest Mustang Ranch strives to provide a safe eco-sanctuary for wild horses and burros awaiting adoption, and to help educate the public on the importance of preserving American mustangs.
 
Please check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!
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