About Me

In 2015 my husband and I purchased 35 beautiful Colorado acres. We named our ranch "White Rock Mustang Ranch" because of a rock formation that takes the form of a white horse. My dream of helping previously wild BLM horses and burros was about to become a reality. Thanks to BIP and April Lee I became the first BIP trainer in CO and now gentle burros of all shapes, sizes and colors for people across Colorado. Beginning in December White Rock Mustang Ranch will become a  BLM approved BURRO BASE CAMP; a pick up location for other Colorado BIP trainers as well offering gentled and untouched burros for adoption.

Arial view of the ranch

Arial view of the ranch and the white horse rock

Our ranch is host to a large family of critters. We have a herd of Suri Alpaca and Hana May the AZ burro is our guardian and poster child. We also have 5 horses, (3 of which are adopted BLM mustangs), 4 goats, 2 dogs, 5 cats, a hive of honey bees and around 50 chickens. All the burros gentled here at White Rock Mustang Ranch are exposed to the farm animals, specifically the alpaca and goats as burros make fabulous guardian animals.

You can reach me by text or phone at 713-494-2867 or by email at whiterockburros@gmail.com, or whiterockmustangs@gmail.com

website: www.WhiteRockMustangs@gmail.com

Hana May

Hana May, guardian to our alpaca herd

The ranch horses, 3 of which are BLM adopted Mustangs

The ranch horses, 3 of which are BLM adopted Mustangs

Pikes Peak viewed from the ranch

Pikes Peak viewed from the ranch

Chance, NV Mustang

Chance, NV Mustang

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Burros make outstanding guardian animals for alpaca, goats and cattle.

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