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Piceance Mustangs

Protecting and maintaining the Piceance-East Douglas wild horse area.

 
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DONATE

Help us in our mission to protect the land and its wild horses. No amount is too small and everything helps.

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BECOME A MEMBER

By becoming a member you can join in our mission, as well as gain access to our member benefits like special events and our newsletter

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EVENTS

Join in on the fun by coming to our events including BBQ's, meetups, workdays and more! RVSP for our upcoming events!

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About Us

Who is Piceance Mustangs and what do we do?

We are a group of volunteers that support the long term maintenance of a viable, healthy, free-roaming horse herd on healthy rangelands, and implementing range improvement projects. We provide support for and coordinate our efforts with the Bureau of Land Management, primarily the White River Field Office, in the form of goods and volunteers. 

We provide information and education promoting the value of the Piceance-East Douglas Herd Management Area horses.

We seek funding from grants, contributions and other sources to accomplish the foregoing purposes.

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Photos From The Range
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Directions

How to Find Us

Travel 19 miles north of Rifle on State Highway 13 to County Road 5 (Piceance Creek Road). From CR5, take either CR 24 (Ryan Gulch) or CR 20 (Duck Creek). Or, from the west take either CR 27 (East Douglas) or CR 128 (Tommy’s Draw) from State Highway 139.

The county roads within the Piceance-East Douglas HMA are packed gravel and dirt that can be navigated by a two-wheel drive vehicle, but snow and rain can cause them to become difficult or impassable at times. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended during inclement weather.