DOUGLAS, Wyoming — Two wild horses are up for adoption this weekend in Douglas.
The Bureau of Land Management said the yearlings will be adopted through a silent bid auction at the Big Wyoming Horse Expo from Friday through Sunday.
The chesnut stud and sorrel filly with a curly mane and tail were trained at the Mantle Adoption and Training Facility in Wheatland.
Both were born at the Rock Springs Wild Horse Holding Facility, which reopened this week after its annual spring cleaning.
About 700 wild horses are housed there. Weaned foals, geldings and mares under 5 years of age are available for adoption there for $125 each.