Man, you all really liked that last mustang picture. So here's a picture of the same horse. It was really neat how his white coat kind of glowed and clashed with the shadows of the trees.
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Sorry, guys, I totally forgot to post about the results of the auction! All 5 yearlings found homes and I know of 2 of who got them. This is great news! Thanks to all who advertised and bidded on them!
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I was oh so happy to see all of the remaining 5 yearlings successfully get bids and purchased this week! I wish them all luck in their new homes and will miss them! Missouri especially had my heart and I hope whoever brings him home loves him too! •
After the break up of Clinker's Band his two-year-old son Grady was sent off by who we can assume was Stallion Frontier to become a young bachelor. We all had hoped he would somehow find his older brother Wind Dancer and Granite's Boy so he would not be alone. Then the fires broke out in the Park and no one had come across Grady in weeks. I personally hiked in places I had never been before hoping to find him and always left with no answers. Finally after wondering and waiting, Grady made his whereabouts known and he was not alone. He has teamed up with fellow Bachelor Trooper. It's wonderful that Grady has found a buddy and won't be spending winter alone. Have a great weekend everyone! (Left-Trooper and Right-Grady)
"I realized it for the first time in my life: there is nothing but mystery in the world, how it hides behind the fabric of our poor, browbeat days, shining brightly, and we don't even know it." ~ The Secret Life of Bees
I'm back to beautiful Theodore Roosevelt National Park for another exciting visit with the wild horses that call this beautiful land home! Was able to see Stallion Coal and his family up close and personal this week as they were on the back road into the park. All looked great and I can't wait to get my eyes on the entire herd!
Stay tuned for more to come in the following days and weeks! It's good to be back....!