Sponsor a horse


The International Society for the Protection of Mustangs an Burros (ISPMB), the oldest wild horse and burro organization in the United States, manages rare and endangered wild horses for future generations to enjoy.

How can you keep them running free-

Committed to saving the last of America’s wild horses, ISPMB has created a sponsorship program whereby individuals or corporations can take pride in assisting with ISPMB’s conservation goals.

Sponsorship of a wild horse or a wild band keeps these wild horses running free and allows for other endangered herds to be preserved. 

Creating a model for wild horse management-

ISPMB has been innovative in the field of wild horse and burro protection and was responsible for the passage of federal legislation to protect wild horses and burros in 1971 under the leadership of our 1st president, Velma Johnston. ISPMB led the way in creating the first ever wild horse adoption program in 1968, which led to the creation of the federal Adopt-A-Horse/Burro program operated by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). In 1971 there were 303 wild herds recognized in ten western states and to be protected under the Act. Today, more than 100 herds have been eliminated by the BLM leading to ISPMB’s decision to begin rescuing entire herds. Constant monitoring of social structures and herd dynamics of ISPMB’s horses continues to give the organization valuable information that will produce an ideal management philosophy based on its intense on the ground observations of wild horse behaviors. 

Sponsor a wild horse and receive a beautiful certificate with a photo of the horse you sponsor and a page about your sponsored horse and the history of the Gila herd.  Sponsorships make great gifts too!

Simply choose a horse(s) to sponsor, make your donation, and we will take care of  the rest.

Sponsor Levels- 
Sponsor a horse $150.00
Sponsor a band $1,000.00
Sponsor the herd $5,000.00

Sponsor Navarro-Navarro

Navarro is a sweet black dun (grullo).

Sponsor Navarro

Sponsor Solana-

Solana is a Dun color and able to produce black offspring.

Sponsor Juliana-Juliana

Juliana is the only daughter of Angelica, our oldest mare.

Sponsor Juliana

SierraSponsor Sierra-

Cute as a button, Sierra is a bay dun with dark legs, mane, and tail.

Sponsor Sierra

SanchoSponsor Sancho-

Cute little Sancho the son of Sultans Girl.

Sponsor Sancho

BenitoSponsor Benito-

This adorable colt, born in 2018, is a son of Sultan’s Girl.

WhitefaceSponsor Whiteface-

Whiteface carries the trademark primitive markings of a dun including the dorsal stripe and leg bars.

HidalgoSponsor Hidalgo-

Hidalgo is the son of Sultan and is named after the movie Hidalgo.

Sponsor Hidalgo

ComancheSponsor Comanche-

Comanche is a stunning pinto from the Catnip (Sheldon) herd.

Sponsor Comanche

SweetnessSponsor Sweetness

Sweetness is a lovely bay mare from the Virginia Range herd.

Sponsor Sweetness

Hidalgo's BandSponsor Hidalgo’s Band-

Sponsor Hidalgo's Band

Rico's BandSponsor Rico’s Band-

Sponsor Rico's Band

Sponsor the Gila Herd-

Sponsor the Gila Herd


The International Society for the Protection of Mustang and Burros is an effective international leader in our field because we have earned the respect and credibility of the many diverse participants in the Wild Horse and Burro program.

We can put any size donation to work.
ISPMB is a 501(c)3 not-for profit organization. 
All donations are tax-deductible.

Saving wild horses and burros since 1960

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