Slideshow from the Pryors

Photos from the trip to the Pryors – June/July 2011

We had so many stunning photos from our most recent trip to the Pryors to visit Cloud and his family that we couldn’t include them all in the newsletter! So we’ve added a gallery to showcase the beauty and grace of these wild horses from our trip at the end of June/beginning of July. So without further ado, we give you… the Pryors

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22 Responses to “Slideshow from the Pryors”

  1. Jacque Sue Roycroft Says:

    made me weep to know that Cloud is doing so well as the rest.

  2. redmm97 Says:

    Thank you for the update and beautiful photos!

  3. lorischmidt Says:

    Thank you for sharing these stunningly beautiful photos of these horses. Wow to have that cabin with that view must be amazing, I am sure it has its drawbacks but who could not want that view every time they look out of their window! I hope one day I can see these horses for myself.

  4. Susan Wayne Says:

    Absolutely stunning!!!

  5. Mimi Says:

    sensational set of photos!

  6. Dail Martin Says:

    Thank you for a wonderful slide show and for the updates on these beautiful, hopefully, forever wild and free horses !!

  7. Dail Martin Says:

    Thought you might enjoy this wonderful slide show on these beautiful wild horses !!

  8. barbara smith Says:

    you have done a great job with the pictures and the names. I wanted a Pryor horse so badly in the last adoption. Maybe I will get one someday.(a pregnant filly)

  9. Melanie Kerber Says:

    Thank you so much for being an advocate for these beautiful horses. I enjoy every email and opportunity to look at all the pictures you take. I just don’t “get it” why the BLM doesn’t understand why it is so important we protect these horses, or at best, leave them alone! I’m honored to be on your email list to keep up with their story. Keep up the good work!

  10. Barbre Brunson Says:

    Thank-You. Magnificent! Wish I was there.

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  13. Lethie Lanham Says:

    I enjoyed your post and slide show. You have some great names for the horses. Thank you for all your efforts in following these horses. I just wish there was something more we could do to try and protect them and keep them free. Bittersweet.

  14. Louie Cocroft Says:

    THANK YOU! It just doesn’t get any better than this.

  15. CINDY Says:

    WHAT A WONDERFUL PRESENTATION OF YOUR RECENT VISIT TO THE PRYOR MTN. MUSTANGS. IT IS A WONDERMENT TO VIEW THESE SLIDES AND CONTINUE TO LEARN OF THEIR INTRICATE FAMILY AND SOCIAL STRUCTURE BEHAVIORS. IT IS SO SPECIAL TO SEE THE NEWER ADDITIONS. ALL SEEMS WELL. YOUR WORK, GINGER, HAS ALWAYS BEEN AND WILL ALWAYS BE SO IMPORTANT TO THE SURVIVAL OF THESE MAGNIFICENT CREATURES. YOU HAVE ALLOWED US TO ALSO FALL IN LOVE WITH THEM, AND TO SHARE IN THEIR PRESERVATION. YOU ARE SO SPECIAL TO LEAD IN THESE CRITICAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS, AND IT IS RECOGNIZED THAT IT HAS BEEN A NEVER-ENDING BATTLE FOR YOU SINCE THE BEGINNING OF YOUR CONCERNS FOR THE WELL-BEING OF THE PRYOR MTN. MUSTANGS. YOU HAVE MORE SUPPORT AND PRAYERS THAN YOU REALIZE.

  16. Mar Wargo Says:

    Thanks so much for all these pictures. It is so sad that Admiral and young Climbs So High have been lost in this violent and careless accident. You have kept us as close to all these horses as we can get from afar. All you do for them is appreciated. Maybe the fence will just look like the old one in a few years. The horses have not given up their territory!! Take care all! mar

  17. Olivia Kohl Says:

    I love the photos i hope u continue.

  18. Linda D Says:

    Superb photos! Wonderful horses! Thanks for sharing.

  19. Janet Ferguson Says:

    Wow! What a great slide show with named portraits — I especially liked the water shots!

    Thank you for sharing these special photos.

  20. Janet Ferguson Says:

    PS How is Sierra doing?

  21. thaddeushudson Says:

    Isnt it a blessing to have such outstandingly beautiful animals on this earth with us? How can anyone look at them and not see the glory from our creator? These creatures have been on this earth for millions of years in some form and now just look at them! Aunt black is magnificent! I love the chocolate color of Breeze and the grace of electra. Its great to see Diamond and his large band. Cloud gets more powerful looking as he gets older. Especially the one of him chasing off fiddle. Bolder seems diffirent than the other horses to me. He has a presence and power that seems to be increasing as he gets older too. He is BEAUTIFUL. I think “pasque” would be a great name for a blue roan or “wildflower”. I was talking to a family from australia and they visit the Cloud sites “as often as we can” It seems that wild horses are declining all over the world at an alarming rate (brumbies) and I hope other people are fighting just as hard in whatever places they are. We cant let these wonderful animals disappear. If we do, then what is next? This is america and we are suspposed to lead by example. These horses migrated to europe from here over the land bridge that connected the two continents so they belong here just as much as we do. Sorry, it just angers me that the people that we pay to do our work for us drop the ball so often. I wonder how they can justify what they are doing and look in the mirror. I wonder what they see? I wonder what they tell their children. I wonder if they have ever looked at a wild horse and really seen them?

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