Category: Wild Horses of TRNP

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Remembering Those We Lost

Happy New Year everyone! It’s that time again to reflect on this past year. For the past few years, I have taken this day to share the horses who passed away and honor them one last time. Each horse is greatly missed and will forever hold a special place in our hearts. When you do…
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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas from Medora, ND! May you have a wonderful holiday with family and friends. Thank you for your support of the amazing horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park this past year! Pictured: Mare Flicka – the oldest horse in the park. She will be 24 with the new year!

Getting Through the Winter

Hello everyone! When the winter season begins, I am often asked how the horses get water. The answer to that depends on the amount of snow we have on the ground. Sometimes the horses will have access to melting ice all over while at other times, the ground will be covered with several feet of…
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Social Hour on the Flats

During the summer months, we are blessed with scenes like this. Several bands all together making it possible to see 50+ wild horses in one day with the badlands as our backdrop. Pictured here are Arrowhead, Copper, Red Face, Brutus and a few of Thunder’s band. Several other bands were nearby but I couldn’t fit…
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