The behaviors of the stallions are, perhaps, one of the most interesting and exciting components of the wild horse world. While the most intense are the confrontations when two stallions go up in the air on hind legs, there are many more subtle behaviors that occur when one stallion works to maintain his band against one or more other stallions attempting to gain the power. Through a whole bunch of photos and a few words, witness the action between one band stallion, Chief Joseph and six bachelor stallions over the course of a little over an hour on a beautiful November day in the Pryor Mountains.
The morning began with the young bachelor stallion, Parry. He was grazing on the sagebrush land when something caught his attention.
When a horse moves into this attentive, or alert mode, it is best to take notice. Their powers of observation are keen and…
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This is a post I published in a past year that I wanted to share today on Veteran’s Day.
A HUGH THANK YOU TO ALL VETERANS OUT THERE WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY AND GAVE THEIR LIVES OR LIMBS TO KEEP US SAFE! I AM ETERNALLY GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SERVICE! GOD BLESS YOU ALL!
Thank you, Veterans, for all that you have done for your country.
For keeping us safe on our soil!
For protecting us and preserving our freedom!
We are indebted to you for serving your country!
May God bless you and your families for your sacrifices!
My dad served his country during WWII and received a Purple Heart.
He never wanted to talk about it back then but as he got older he shared a little of his experience of the day on Guadal Canal in…
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