Give Devil's Garden Horses Homes

Double Devil Wild Horse Corrals

The Devil’s Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory is the largest wild horse territory managed by the Forest Service in size and wild horse population.

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It is NOT realistic to pickup horses the same day selections are made. Please plan on staying overnight locally or making arrangements for pick up at a later time and date. Applications and the required pick-up planning forms are available below. Email all forms at SM.FS.modoc_info@usda.gov ,with subject: Double Devil adoptions and sales.

  • Check Availability

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    This is a volunteer page focused on providing Adoption/Purchase information and photos of the Devil’s Garden and McGavin Peak mustangs at the Double Devil corrals.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

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    Adoption of a wild horse means federal ownership of the animal is maintained until title is granted, one year after the adoption date.

  • Colt Challenge

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    No more horsin' around, we are ready to get back in the saddle again for the 2022 Devil's Garden Colt Challenge! For more information on how to get your kid involved in this challenge for 2023 please click the button below.

  • The Virtual Adoption Event

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    Once your application has been approved, the Adopter will receive an email with an invitation to the Virtual Adoption Events. The DD Corrals will be holding Virtual Adoption Events starting in (TBA) for Devil's Garden and McGavin Peak horses under 10 years old.

Wild horse viewing opportunities

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    Enjoy your visit to the Devil’s Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory. This page should help wild horse viewers plan and make the most of any visit.