After a trip to the Twin Peaks Herd Management Area and experiencing the thrill of seeing horses in the wild, we realized there may be others who wish to observe unbound Mustangs. So armed with our cameras, binoculars, maps and 4WD we will venture into these wild and rugged places. Within these electronic pages we will share what is out there… Where The Wild Horses Are… living life naturally. Exploring also some of the places they come to be when removed from these management areas.

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Gather Operations on Day 11 cont...

Loaded up.
The Stallions.
The young Buckskin colt.

The mares.
The observers.
Humane Observer Elyse Gardner standing second from the left.
Loading from stock trailer into large semi trailer at the end of Rye Patch Canyon Road for transport to corrals.
At the Litchfield WH&B Corrals
The 2 Buckskin Mares came off first.
The Blazed Stallion and the young Buckskin looking for his mother last seen here.
Nickering to his big Buckskin Mare who was calling to him.
To the left the dark bachelor seen here.
Seen here attempting to lead his family to safety.
He has been through this before.
Their young son.
The big Bay Stallion keeping everyone away from the mare fence.
Seen here, darkest horse in center.
Buckskin bachelor seen here

"Animals gathered: 31
 Animals shipped: 30
 Gather related animal deaths: 0"  


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