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Population estimates are based on BLM's 2015 HAHMA Statistical Report, and are not adjusted for subsequent growth and removals.  Links will be activated as pages are completed (see About this project for more details)


Four herd areas in the northern West Desert (between the Wasatch Front and Nevada state border).


Three herd areas in and around the Uintah Basin (Roosevelt, Vernal, Colorado state border).

Bonanza (HA) - no horses remaining (and yet, I found some)

Hill Creek (HA) - 426 horses

Winter Ridge (HA) - 36 horses


Five herd areas in the San Rafael Swell and Canyonlands (Carbon, Emery and Wayne Counties)

Muddy Creek (HMA)116 horses

Sinbad (HMA) - 204 burros

Robbers' Roost (HA) - 33 horses

Canyonlands (HMA) - 151 burros

Range Creek (HMA) - 218 horses (Carbon County)            


Eight herd areas in the southern West Desert (western Millard County).

Blawn Wash (HMA) - 85 horses

Confusion Mountains (HMA) - 324 horses

Conger Mountain (HMA) - 156 horses

Swasey Mountain (HMA) - 216 horses

The House Range Loop - 3 HMAs in one day!

King Top (HMA) - 12 horses

Burbank (HA) - no horses remaining

Frisco (HMA) - 146 horses

Sulphur (HMA) - 720 horses



Seven herd areas in southwestern Utah (Beaver and Iron Counties).

Four Mile (HMA) - 94 horses

Bible Spring (HMA) - 88 horses

Choke Cherry (HMA) - 153 horses

Tilly Creek (HMA) - 107 horses

Chloride Canyon (HMA)94 horses

Mt. Elinore (HMA) - 43 horses

North Hills (HMA) - 109 horses

The Escalante Desert Loop - 6 HMAs in one day!



Two herd areas in southeastern Utah (Garfield and Kane Counties).

Moody-Wagon Box Mesa (HA) - no horses remaining

Harvey's Fear (HA) - 25 horses