Cloud’s Legacy

Cloud's sister leads Lakota's band to water

Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns, will air Sunday Night, December 26th nationwide at 8pm CST on PBS’s Nature series. Please tune in and tell your friends! Check your local listings to double check the time.

Here is a link to the trailer for the new program:



10 Responses to “Cloud’s Legacy”

  1. sandra longley Says:

    Perfect timing for Christmas, curled up by the fire and christmas lights around me, seeing old friends where they belong- on the mountain-wild and free…rededicating to the road ahead.

  2. Louie Cocroft Says:

    A friend called and told me it was on. Cloud must have friends in the media. The timing couldn’t have been better.

  3. Karen L. Says:

    I noticed earlier in the day that it was going to be on—a great surprise! Several family members who thought they were not interested in the horses became riveted after a few minutes. We had a long, detailed discussion about the plight of all mustangs and the BLM, the 1971 WH&B Act, current legislative and court efforts, etc., until around midnight. It became a wonderful and unexpected opportunity to educate and explain on behalf of the horses and burros!

  4. Honor Hannon Says:

    dear Ginger,
    Beautifully done. Thank you. Great way to end this old year watching a wild herd doing what they do best!!!!
    Happy New Year

  5. Lori Says:

    Ok I have a question. If they round up the poor pryor mountain horses every few years. Than why do they need the traps that are baited with salt licks which create a big problem by lots of horses gathering in one area creating fights and attracking cougars which give the little ones almost no chance at survival? Why are we funding this program at all? I am sorry but to me this just sounds stupid and causes alot of stress on the horses.

  6. Michael J Ahles Says:

    If you want to help keep Cloud and the mustangs free,
    Boycott beef!


    Happy New Year

  7. Lori Says:

    That won’t work because where Cloud is at the government wants the minerals in the soil. They want the horses gone so they can mine the land which has nothing to do with cattle. Besides we have great cattle here and we never use anyone elses land we only use ours that we own to graze them on and you always see fat cows here very rarely will you see an underweight cow or a sick cow either. Now consider this most of the land here is forest not very much grass in the thick forest here you are lucky if light hits the ground at all and most of the pasture land is saved for horses and crops here. So tell me now how do we make the minerals that the government want less appealing to them?

  8. Louie Cocroft Says:

    Here is a petition to sign:

  9. Michael J Ahles Says:

    I’d say petitions and letter and courts aint working, and its time to try something new. Boycotts work, boycott beef!


  10. Louie Cocroft Says:

    Michael, we have to do ALL of the above and keep ON and ON and On

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