All month long, the Bureau of Land Management will have dozens of wild horses and burros for sale, according to Billings Gazette.

There will be saddle-trained and halter-trained horses up for sale. These horses have been trained for six months, sometimes a year at the Wyoming Honor Farm. Also, these horses have been treated and vaccinated since being taken from the wild.

If you would like to adopt a horse you will have to submit an application and have more than enough space for the horse to roam. The auction will start the horses at $125 per horse. Plus, the buyer has to agree to care for the horse for one year.

The auctions will take place Friday, May 17th in Lovell. Then, the next day in Riverton on May 18th.