Adopted Mustangs

To view horses from previous adoption events click on the links below.

Click here to view the April 2018 adoption

Click here to view the October 2017 adoption

Click here to view the June 2017 adoption


Mocha was adopted from R3C a few adoptions back. Her owner Alisha says that Mocha is an amazing Mare. Here is what Alisha has to say about Mocha. 

My friend adopted Mocha, but after several months decided it wasn’t a good fit, so she was transferred to me. She’s been an amazing horse. I ride her on trails around my house, have taken her to a clinic and trail rides with friends. She has grown a bunch and is now close to 16 hands tall. I couldn’t be happier with the way she was gentled and started under saddle.

Thank you for giving Mocha a forever home Alisha!








Orion was 4 years old when I purchased him out of the Mustang Wild Horse Training Program from the Rio Consumnes Correctional Center. He had been taken from completely unbroken and untouched, to being green broke under saddle in approximately three months. He had been purchased by someone who had taken him to a trainer who, it turned out, did not feel comfortable training a barely broke mustang, and I had him transferred to me after the owner gave up their interest in him. I started doing a lot of ground work with him, and had a mustang trainer help me the first month that I owned him. I eventually started taking him out on the trail, and even to a Cow Clinic. 

Orion progressed nicely, and I continued to work with him in a round pen, doing lots of ground work in addition to under-saddle work. Since I like to train my horses in Western Dressage, I started to school Orion in this discipline, and we had our first show about 11 months after I got him. He won both of his classes! He has turned out to be very level-headed, and I know he will be with me for a long time as we work our way up the levels in Western Dressage. 

Vivian Mevorah 









This is Amigo. He was adopted on November 14, 2015 at the R3C Rancho Murieta Fall Adoption event after being trained out at the R3C Wild Horse Program Ranch. His new family says “we owe a big thanks to the R3C program for this amazing little guy. Amigo fits our family perfectly. We trail ride with him and he gets along with the mules and other horses so great.” You can catch Amigo out on the trails all throughout El Dorado County.