BLM Mustangs

These mustangs were trained and adopted out to forever homes. Some were trained as part of the TIP Challenge while others were trained as part of the Mustang Heritage Foundation’s TIP Program (Trainer Incentive Program).

Cat Zimmerman and Digby, the wild mustang, at CZ. Mustangs

 

 

Digby

Born in a holding facility in Axtell, Utah, Digby was Cat's assigned mustang for the 2018 Georgia TIP Challenge run by Mustang Heritage Foundation. Cat worked with Digby for over 100 days and, together, they won the Youth Division of the Georgia TIP Challenge.

Digby was adopted after the competition and now lives with his forever family in Otter Creek, Florida.

Cat Zimmerman's TIP Mustang

 

 

Sebastian

Formerly known as #1977, Sebastian is a four-year-old gelding captured from Pancake, Nevada. He spent two years in the wild before being gathered. In September 2018, Cat began training him as part of the Mustang Heritage Foundations' Trainer Incentive Program (TIP). Sebastian was adopted in November 2018.

Cat Zimmerman's TIP Mustang

Dudley

This five-year-old gelding captured from the Fox Lake range in Nevada spent several years in the wild before being gathered. In September 2018, Cat began training him as part of the the Mustang Heritage Foundations' Trainer Incentive Program (TIP). He was adopted in January 2019 and expected to go to his new forever home at the end of February 2019.