North Dakota Badlands Horse

North Dakota Badlands Horse

Learn More About What They Stand For

North Dakota Badlands Horse is a 501c3 nonprofit established in 2009 with this mission statement:

"Because wild horses of the Badlands hold a unique place in the history and settlement of North Dakota, the North Dakota Badlands Horse Registry was established to register, promote, appreciate, and preserve the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park."

NDBH advocates for the wild horses in the park as well as assist the park with low stress removal and handling, promote the horses so that they find good homes, and provide education, encouragement, networking, and events for followers and owners. Make sure to visit their website, https://ndbh.org, and learn more.

They need you to advocate for wild horses too! Bring your mustang from TRNP and make sure to show off your mustang's trainability in the opening ceremony and breed showcase.

1 ADMISSION FEES, adult day pass, $10 and so on..
2 ADMISSION FEE GIVES ACCESS TO AUDIT ALL EVENTS
3 PARKING WITH HORSES IS $10
4 PARKING WITH EMPTY TRAILER IS FREE ON EAST SIDE OF MAIN ENTRANCE.
5 NO HORSES IN EAST PARKING LOT, CAMPGROUD AREA OR ON THE GRASS INSIDE THE EVENT GROUNDS