Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Palomino Valley Tuesday
Today I returned to the Palomino Valley wild horse holding corrals. Approximately 80 "special" Calico Mountain horses have been taken from the Fallon facility to Palomino Valley. Unlike my last trip there, the Calico horses have the place almost to themselves.
According to manager John Neill, most of the other horses have been taken to Broken Arrow in Fallon to make room for MORE WILD HORSES which will be rounded up this summer.
Shell Flower is back in the "special mares" pen with Ghost Dancer and her bald-faced, white-streaked back leg buddy. They are all alert and interested in what's going on around them, though they only flick their ears when the heavily pregnant burros bray.
Labels: Calico mountain horses, Fallon corrals, ghost dancer, Palomino Valley, Shell Flower
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Terri Farley @ 4:28 PM