May 29, 2023

Ep #9: AWHC WY Lawsuit: Interview with Suzanne Roy

I am absolutely delighted to have Suzanne Roy, the executive director of American Wild Horse Campaign, here today. We’re talking about the lawsuit that the American […]
May 15, 2023

Ep #8: Wild Horse Holding Facilities

Over the course of my years spent chronicling America’s wild horses, I’ve also visited the holding facilities where the horses are taken after a roundup. I’m […]
May 1, 2023

Ep #7: Wild Beauty: Interview with Ashley Avis

If you are wondering how a documentary film can help save wild horses, then this episode with my guest, Ashley Avis, about her film Wild Beauty: […]
April 17, 2023

Ep #6: The Pryor Mountain Herd: Interview with Ginger Kathrens

My guest today made wild horses accessible to people with her stories of the stallion, Cloud. She showed that wild horses have society, friendships, relationships, personalities, […]
April 3, 2023

Ep #5: Arapaho Creek: Interview with Angelique Rea

Angelique Rea is with me today to talk about Arapaho Creek. She’s been visiting the Red Desert Complex since 2011. She spends a lot of her […]
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 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 […]