Wild Horses on Sanctuaries

The horses on several privately-owned wild horse sanctuaries in the western US were either caught in the wild and released on the refuge or born on the refuge. They were never gentled or ridden.

Two wild horses use tails to keep flies away from each others faces. Wild Horse Sanctuary, Shingleton, CA.
Two wild horses use tails to keep flies away from each others faces. Wild Horse Sanctuary, Shingleton, CA.
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