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Facility: Delta, UT

Directions: From Main Street in Delta, Utah, turn north on 400 W, turn west on 200 N and cross the railroad tracks, turn north on 450 W, turn east on 300 N, turn north on 400 W, turn east on 400 N and follow road to the north for one block to the facility.

Adoption Details:  Visitations and Adoptions are by appointment only.  Facility hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and closed on federal holidays.

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The Delta Wild Horse Corrals serves as a preparation center for wild horses and burros gathered in Utah.  It is also used as an overflow facility for wild horses and burros from the National Wild Horse and Burro Center in Palomino Valley, NV.  The facility was built in 1976 as the primary holding facility for wild horses and burros gathered in Utah and as an overnight stop for animals being shipped to the facilities in the east.  http://www.blm.gov/ut/st/en/prog/wild_horse_and_burro/adoption_facilities.html

DELTA WILD HORSE CORRALS ADOPTION INFORMATION

All adoptions are first come, first serve for $125, then Adopt-a-Buddy for $25.  For more information, contact the facility at (435) 201-3834 or hweber@blm.gov and clmcclel@blm.gov

  • On-site/walk-up - bring an approved application or applications are available and approved at facility.
  • BLM Facility Photo Gallery - Fax completed and signed application to (435) 864-5181.

Download Application Here

 

Sulphur HMA horses will be available for adoption through the November 4-18, 2014 Internet Adoption.  Photos will be added to the facility page gallery as they become available.  Sulphur HMA horse information.

 

**Information Note:  Thirty wild horses from the Sulphur Herd Management Area (HMA) were removed on 8/1/2014 because they were located outside their HMA near Highway U-21 causing public safety concerns.  Utah BLM was approved to remove only 30 horses, even though there are many more located outside the HMA and population numbers are high. The Appropriate Management Level (AML) for the Sulphur HMA is 250.  The current population estimate as of 3/1/14 was estimated at 718, this figure does not include 2014 foals. The horses removed this summer were thin upon removal due to drought conditions, limited forage, and high horse numbers.  All animals have adjusted well to feed and are gaining weight appropriately.**

 


Horse Number 0000
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Sex: Gelding Age: 0 Years   Height (in hands): 0000

Necktag #: 0000   Date Captured: 03/28/14

Color: UNKNOWN   Captured: UNKNOWN


Horse Number 5332
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Sex: Gelding Age: 2 Years   Height (in hands): 13.3

Necktag #: 5332   Date Captured: 08/01/14

Color: Dun   Captured: Sulphur (UT)


Horse Number 5340
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Sex: Gelding Age: 3 Years   Height (in hands): 13.3

Necktag #: 5340   Date Captured: 08/01/14

Color: Dun   Captured: Sulphur (UT)


Horse Number 5341
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Sex: Gelding Age: 2 Years   Height (in hands): 13.3

Necktag #: 5341   Date Captured: 08/01/14

Color: Dun   Captured: Sulphur (UT)


Horse Number 5354
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Sex: Mare Age: 2 Years   Height (in hands): 13.3

Necktag #: 5354   Date Captured: 08/01/14

Color: Bay   Captured: Sulphur (UT)

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