March 20, 2023

Ep #4: Flying Over an Ocean of Snow

This year has been the longest, harshest winter I can remember in Wyoming since I started going in 2000. In December, snowstorm after snowstorm swept in […]
March 9, 2023

Wild Horses at BLM Corrals in Wheatland WY Finally Offered for Adoption

By Carol J. Walker Last March I was preparing to go to the first wild horses adoption event at the Wheatland, Wyoming Bureau of Land Management […]
March 6, 2023

Ep #3: Wild Horses Live in Families

The most unique band of horses I’ve ever observed was in Adobe Town, Wyoming. I saw from a distance three dappled grays moving together. As I […]
March 6, 2023

Ep #2: Wild Horses at Risk of Extinction

There’s nothing more beautiful or more stirring than a group of wild horses streaming across the prairie, manes and tails flying in the wind, running for […]
March 6, 2023

Ep #1: Discovering Wild Horses

Our first meeting was all of a sudden. A grey horse with a charcoal mane lunged to his feet and began running toward me, and I […]
March 6, 2023

Introducing Freedom for Wild Horses with Carol J. Walker!

Welcome to Freedom for Wild Horses with Carol J. Walker! I’m Carol, and I love everything about wild horses. I have spent the last 19 years […]
February 9, 2023

A Tribute to Washakie, Wild Stallion of McCullough Peaks

By Carol J. Walker By Carol J. Walker I first met Washakie in the summer of 2007. He was a young stallion, 7 years old, and […]
January 13, 2023

Please Comment to Stop BLM’s Plans to Remove Most of the Iconic McCullough Peaks Herd

  The Bureau of Land Management announced a Scoping Document on January 9, 2023 on the McCullough Peaks wild horse herd, which is one of the […]
January 9, 2023

A Gift

Looking Glass I am driving along a county road, hoping to find one of the wild horse families I have grown to love over the last […]