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The Yellow Hills Ranch contains 4,743 acres located (location map) in the northwest corner of New Mexico, in Tierra Amarilla, 90 miles northwest of Santa Fe. It is a place where people, wild horses and big game mingle. Please take a look!
Yellow Hills Ranch is located across the street (see overview aerial) from El Vado State Park, a 15,000 acre Wildlife Preserve managed by the New Mexico Game and Fish Department. The Ranch and the public have access to the Chama River through that Wildlife Preserve.
The Chama River (pictures) is designated as a Wild and Scenic River. The National Wild and Scenic Rivers System was created by Congress in 1968. More Information
Dr. Höglund will be visiting the Ranch in early November, and afterwards has agreed to share his expertise with human and animal interaction, learning theory, de-mystify animal “whispering”, as well as talk about his work with free-roaming horses and the White Sands dilemma. It would be hard to find anyone, anywhere, who combines a love of horses with such a real, pragmatic approach - to have this opportunity to interact with such an expert is unique - if you have any interest in horses (or even cats or dogs), this will be a real treat!
The Spanish Mustang Foundation is a 501(c)3 non profit formed to strengthen and expand efforts to preserve this exceptional horse, through educational activities and preservation practices. By creating a better awareness of this horse’s history we hope to secure its legacy in America.
Phone: (505) 466-1064 | 505) 690-0359