CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management will offer two horses that were captured from wild herds in Wyoming for adoption by silent auction at Cheyenne Frontier Days this month.

The horses will be available for public viewing in a corral across from the General Land Office in Wild Horse Gulch, located east of the fairgrounds.

The public may place bids during the event, which runs the last full week in July. The bidding will close at noon on Sat., July 28, and the two yearlings will go home with the highest qualified bidders.