Category Archives: Verde River Wild Horses

Breakfast with Mustangs

I wanted to invite you on this morning's trek (Father's Day 06/16/19), a little ode to fathers everywhere.  Don't forget to turn on/up the volume and enjoy some of my favorite mustangs.

Mac an Tàirneanaich

This is the young mustang I call Mac an Tàirneanaich (Son of Thunder).  He's usually scrapping with other mustangs, but we've been working on it.  When he spots me now, he always comes over to say "hey."

Heroes and Horses

As a Military Vet and friend to the last remaining Mustangs in the U.S., I'm doubly proud to support the mission of Heroes and Horses. Their Mission: Heroes and Horses exists to redefine the relationship between challenge and purpose, by reintegrating combat veterans through an innovative, comprehensive and effective process that uses the wilderness, the…
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Herd Manners

This past weekend I crossed paths with about six wild horse bands, running the Tonto Verde ridge, under the watchful gaze of this serious herd stallion. After beating tracks, stomping, snorting and the like, he finally simmered down and gave me the nod. Some time later, a young stallion from Gold's band was curious enough to approach.