Pryor Wild Horses- Photos from March 2010

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22 Responses to “Pryor Wild Horses- Photos from March 2010”

  1. Update from the Mountain and on the Freedom Fund Horses « Says:

    […] « Pryor Wild Horses- Photos from March 2010 […]

  2. Janet Ferguson Says:

    Is Cloud right in the middle of the “Sykes Ridge viewed from Tillet, across Big Coulee” just below the ridge at the skyline?

    lol

  3. Marilyn Wargo Says:

    Big Sky Country and beautiful as ever. The horses look good. Will High Tail take up with a band or at least another horse?? Phoenix looks wonderful. I think we are all waiting for foal news. Thanks for sharing this world with us.. mar

  4. true15 Says:

    great photos. Thanks for the update.

  5. jan eaker Says:

    Thank you, I’m glad to see them looking so good after winter, these photos and the photos from Calico, really show the truth of our wild horses, they are NOT starving, they are beautiful and healthy, can’t wait to see the new babies!

  6. sandra longley Says:

    It looks like winter is leaving the mountains..and the horses are in great shape! I hope we can find some horses left on the calicos…Dr Kane assurred me they are there…..

  7. Judy Cassario Says:

    Awesome photos! Transports me up to that magical mountain kingdom once again! Can see why you were recharged for your trip to DC. Keep up the great work! We will prevail for the mustamgs!

  8. Maki Says:

    What a beautiful pictures…thank you so much for sharing.

  9. Aleta Wagner Says:

    Ginger – Thanks for sharing! I was so excited to see Cloud and am happy to hear the horses are doing well.

  10. Nancy Babcock Says:

    So great to see these, Ginger. Thanks.

  11. Anne Says:

    Wonderful photos and updated stories about Cloud and the close knit herds and mountains where they co exist with other “wildlife: peacfully; always following the herd…

    thanks Cloud Foundation! and Ginger for Clouds’ updates!
    Ann Conn. usa

  12. Carole Perry Says:

    Dear Ginger, Thank you so very much! My prayers have been answered. These horses are truly amazing. I will continue to work on the BLM and their disgraceful policies.

  13. jan Says:

    did not know phoenix was cloud’s dam – she must be in her 20’s now but she looks young

  14. naomi whisman Says:

    What a wounderful way to celebrate spring! There’s nothing like FREEDOM.Thanks for the update. naomi

  15. Jo Says:

    As a life long horse lover, I am so thrilled to see these beautiful animals! The BLM has been lying to the general public for years now. These horses are original Americana and deserve to be protected and enjoyed for years to come. HAND OFF OUR NATIONAL TREASURE!

  16. Sophie Scherrer Says:

    Thank you for what you do. I support as much as I can from France. I explain and publish what you do in the foundation.
    So great to see these pics, Ginger : THANK YOU !

  17. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    GINGER, THESE PICTURES ARE WONDERFUL AND SO NEEDED RIGHT NOW. THE PRYOR MOUNTAIN MT. ROUND-UP IS WHERE I CAME IN AND IT IS SO GOOD TO SEE THOSE HORSES OUT WHERE THEY BELONG.

  18. jan Says:

    noting how healthy horses look and range must be healthy too as look at herd of deer – there are lots of them and they look healthy too – blm needs to look at private phots to see that range lands are healthy – california has the best wildflowers in years because of all the rain

  19. LOUIE COCROFT Says:

    I CAME UPON A BOOK OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS OF THE SIERRA NEVADAS. WHAT AN ABUNDANCE AND VARIETY THE HORSES MUST HAVE IN THE WILD–NO WONDER THE HAY DOESN’T ALWAYS AGREE WITH THEM.

  20. heike borker Says:

    ….it#s wonderful to see, that these wild horses seems to be in savety now. Dear Ginger and friends,
    hold on and best wishes from germany!

  21. Anna Says:

    hi to think the mustangs risk going from “Paradise…to

    “Sanfords Sandpits…

    grrrr…anna

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