Wild horses drinking from a pond at a Long Term Holding Pasture in Oklahoma
photo: Jackie Mousseau

Long-Term Holding facilities are primarily located in Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska, and are meant to be a long-term home for older horses and those who are for some other reason removed from the adoption pipeline. Sometimes the reason is as simple as there being too many horses in the short-term facilities, and not enough adopters for them. The Mustang Heritage Foundation does work with BLM to bring some of the horses out of these facilities for their various contests, such as the Supreme Extreme Mustang Makeover.

Thanks to Angela Huston for this slide show of wild horse long-term holding facilities in Oklahoma:

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