Wild horses a symbol of Western heritage

News

Wild horses a symbol of Western heritage

Mustangs’ beauty, history earns them devoted champions
A pair of wild horses scour a barren landscape. Rich with grasses in the summer, the approach of winter makes food scarce. Bureau of Land Management spokeswoman Shannon Borders said the landscape in Disappointment Valley would not support a significantly larger population of wild horses.
Shannon Borders of the Bureau of Land Management looks out her window at a pair of nearby wild horses in Disappointment Valley.
JOSH STEPHENSON/Durango Herald
A band of wild horses run toward a more remote area of their Disappointment Valley reserve.
A sign informs visitors about the wild horse bands and their believed origins.
Wild horses nuzzle each other in Disappointment Valley.
A wild horse in Disappointment Valley stands in front of the La Sal Mountains.

Wild horses a symbol of Western heritage

Purchase
A pair of wild horses scour a barren landscape. Rich with grasses in the summer, the approach of winter makes food scarce. Bureau of Land Management spokeswoman Shannon Borders said the landscape in Disappointment Valley would not support a significantly larger population of wild horses.
Purchase
Shannon Borders of the Bureau of Land Management looks out her window at a pair of nearby wild horses in Disappointment Valley.
Purchase
JOSH STEPHENSON/Durango Herald
A band of wild horses run toward a more remote area of their Disappointment Valley reserve.
Purchase
A sign informs visitors about the wild horse bands and their believed origins.
Purchase
Wild horses nuzzle each other in Disappointment Valley.
Purchase
A wild horse in Disappointment Valley stands in front of the La Sal Mountains.
Reader Comments
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events
click here to add your event
Durango ~ Events