January 28, 2011

Wild Horses: A New Beginning for One Adobe Town Weanling

The brightest, best part of the Adobe Town roundup was at the end of the first day, on the way back to town after the helicopter […]
October 27, 2010

Wild Horses: The Destruction of the Largest Herd in Wyoming

For the last two weeks, the BLM has been rounding up the horses in the Adobe Town Herd in southwestern Wyoming using helicopters.  The vast majority […]
October 10, 2010

Wild Horses: Their Last Days of Freedom in Adobe Town

Grey Mare in Adobe Town As I waited for the Adobe Town/Salt Wells Roundup to begin, I visited the horses of Adobe Town that I have […]
September 9, 2010

Wild Horses: The Cremello Colts Come Home

Unfortunately when I am talking about “home” I don’t mean back to the range that they grew up in – the McCullough Peaks Herd Area in […]
July 7, 2010

Wild Horses: McCullough Peaks Shake Up After the Roundup

Last week I made my third trip to the McCullough Peaks Herd Area in northern Wyoming since the roundup last October. The herd area is 110,000 […]
May 18, 2010

Wild Horses: Update on the Cremello Colts

On Saturday I went to visit my two cremello colts at Rich Scott’s place in Byers, CO. I had waited for the weather to clear, as […]
May 1, 2010

Wild Horses: The Tale of the Two Cremello Colts

Two weeks ago I was at Equine Affaire in Ohio, and that was the same weekend that the McCullough Peaks horses (along with a few from […]
March 28, 2010

Why Wild Horses? Back to the Peaks.

Why Wild Horses? Why not remove all of them from our public lands and keep them in “Salazoos” in the Midwest and East Coast? Why not […]
February 22, 2010

WildHorses: BLM Targets Wyoming next – Adobe Town and Salt Wells

Now that the BLM has been halted in its massive roundups in NV it naturally follows they would set their sites on the state with the […]