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Buster’s New Additions

Hello everyone! Today I want to jump back to Buster’s band. As mentioned before, he picked up Pippi’s dam, Little Gray, and her little brother Ryely. They are still walking together and can often be seen in the area where they once walked with Wildrye. Everyone appears to be doing well with the new arrangement.…
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Fun Friday Part 28

Hello everyone! We have not done a “Fun Friday” for a while, and I think we need one today. The photos below include a mix of beautiful girls from several bands, all taken over the past few months. I will write under each photo, so be sure to scroll through. Have a wonderful weekend!

Good Looking Guy

We have some amazing stallions inside Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Gunner, the son of the late stallion Mystery, is no exception. He is managing the largest band in the Park and doing it well. He learned a thing or two from his sire during their time together. Enjoy this look at Gunner!

Flax After the Change

Hello everyone! Here is a family I have not shared in a while. Flax and his band had a few changes already this year when they lost Dolly and her fillies to stallion Cagney. However, the rest of the band remains together, and everyone is doing well. Enjoy this look at Flax’s band, and have…
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Update on Honey

Hello everyone, and happy Friday! I have not had the chance to share our little filly with the gorgeous blue eyes much this winter. Honey, of Casper’s band, is doing well. She had an accident late last year that left her with a terrible cut to her upper lip. Amazingly, it healed quickly and now…
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Cloud and the Ranch

Hello everyone! One afternoon I came across stallion Cloud and his bachelor crew. They were high above Peaceful Valley Ranch inside the park. Cloud has spent many years living in this area of the park, so to be able to photograph him with the ranch behind him was a real treat. The four bachelors who…
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