U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
The High Rock Complex HMAs Adopted Horses: High Rock/Fox Hog/Wall Canyon/Nut Mountain/Bitner HMAs
The High Rock, Fox Hog, Wall Canyon, Nut Mountain, and Bitner HMAs adjoin one another to form a continual string of HMAs in northeastern Nevada, called the High Rock Complex. Though in Nevada, these HMAs are managed by BLM California. In 2011, BLM California gathered this complex. Below you will see animals from these HMAs. Some from the most recent gathers and some from earlier gathers.
The High Rock Complex horses can be sizeable athletic, animals.* Horses from this area of California and Nevada are popular due to their size and stature. Below you will see a few examples of adopted High Rock Complex horses.
If you have a horse that you would like to be featured on this page, please email your horse's information, what you do with him, a photo, and your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*As with any of the HMAs, these characterizations are general and no guarantee of how your adopted animal will look or behave. Each animal is a unique individual with his/her own personality.