The Wyoming Honor Farm, located in Riverton, WY, is committed to rehabilitating its inmates through the training of wild mustangs.  These horses are removed from Wyoming rangeland by the Bureau of Land Management, and brought to the farm for basic groundwork and riding.  Every year the inmates auction their project horses to support the BLM Wild Horse Program.  In an effort to support inmate rehabilitation by the Wyoming Department of Corrections, and the BLM Wild Horse Program, we have adopted a number of mustangs out of the prison.  These range-savvy horses have great instincts, tough feet, and make fantastic mountain horses.  We look forward to continuing to support this impressive program.