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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Friday, January 14, 2011

The Foals

Photographs sent to us by a friend who visited the corrals on January 4th, 2011.

photo by J. Johnston
photo by J. Johnston
photo by J. Johnston
They have endured capture, captivity, weaning, the harsh weather, and an outbreak of Strangles which stopped adoptions the beginning of December 2010. These babies would now be happy to find new homes.

1 comment:

  1. Wonder why the club-footed sorrel baby on the far right wasn't euthanized.... That's what they do right? Horses with club feet are put down immediately. So aparently they don't know what a club foot is either. Hmmm....
    Those poor babies.