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With names like Blue Zeus, Washakie, and Romeo, these wild horses find homes in environments called The Red Desert, Adobe Town, Pryor Mountains, and Arapahoe Creek. They bring to mind wild places populated by mythical beings. If you’ve ever wondered about exploring these areas, join me and my two special guests as we recount tales within the lands of beauty, magic, and adventures.
Angelique Rea has spent years photographing, documenting, and falling in love with wild horses, specifically a wild mustang named Romeo. Sandy Sisti is an acclaimed and globally recognized nature photographer, gallery owner, and a volunteer and activist in the McCullough Peaks area.
Listen to today’s episode as we take you inside the adventures and treasures to be found when visiting and photographing wild horses and their families. We discuss the deep bonds we’ve formed with some of the horses, the experiences we’ve had off-roading, and our work protecting these national treasures that are our noble wild horses.
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What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
- The importance of being well prepared for emergencies.
- What the concerns are regarding trapping and removing horses.
- Why horse roundup methods are not humane.
- The ongoing advocacy efforts and how social media is helping.
- Why the wellbeing of the horses benefits all of us.
- The once-in-a-lifetime bonds some wild horses chose to form with us.
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- Living Images by Carol Walker
- Wild Hoofbeats Blog
- Wild Hoofbeats: America’s Vanishing Wild Horses by Carol Walker
- Angelique Rea: Wyld Rose Images
- Sandy Sisti: Wild at Heart Images