Wild horses inhabit the central North Island Waiouru Military Training Area. The herd is managed by the Department of Conservation with input from the Kaimanawa Wild Horse Advisory Group.
Find out about the remnant Kaimanawa wild horse herd that roams the southern section of the Waiouru Military Training Area.
The Kaimanawa wild horse herd impacts a number of native plants including 16 species that are on nationally and locally threatened plant lists.
Learn about the Kaimanawa Wild Horse Plan and the more detailed working plan and other DOC management plans and strategies.
Discover how you can own a Kaimanawa wild horse and what to expect of them as pets.
Videos from the biennial mustering of the Kaimanawa horses.
The value of conservation
Kaimanawa Wild Horses Working Plan 2012 - 2017
Kaimanawa Horses Plan