The North Dakota Badlands Horse Registry, is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit that was established because of a need for the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park to have a voice. Marylu Weber had already been documenting and photographing these horses since the 1980's, recognizing that they were special and deserving of a voice.
North Dakota Badlands Horse Registry is a Federal 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit that promotes, advocates for and registers the wild horses in TRNP as of 2009.
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.
Partnerships, Guides, and Adoptions Oh My!
Our Partnership with TRNP
Learn about our partnership with Theodore
Roosevelt National Park
Please join us for a great weekend camping, fellowship and lots and lots of horse talk! We will have horse games, organized trail rides and a good old fashion NDBH cookout Saturday night. So bring your once wild NDBH horse, or any horse for that matter an...