Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Tuscarora Mustangs - first photos in captivity
Photos taken by Cat Kindsfather, July 20, 2010 at Palomino Valley Wild Horse Adoption Center
Keep out: Public is not allowed to enter this area while wild horses are processed
Lead mare Silhouette looks toward distress calls of other horses, and then the mares run
Silhouette guards her baby as well as she can
Labels: Palomino Valley, Tuscarora mustangs
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Terri Farley @ 9:15 AM
What do they know of humans? Plenty now... That they are creatures with unexplainable ways of power to herd their entire family into a place where they are seperated, branded, shoved together, hot horseflesh against horseflesh until their is barely enough room to breath. Then they are stripped from everything they have ever known.
... this is what they know of humans.
What a beautiful mare and foal--in wonderful condition. I don't believe for a minute that there was an "emergency"--just more BLM lies.
Look at the beautiful condition of these horses, how can the BLM justify their bull claims that these horses are in trouble???? She is absolutely gorgeous!!!
Love the jail break title, ha ha. She is listening to you too! : )
Silhouette, is now Oshunnah, spirit of the earth. I am in awe of her power and beauty! Thanks for using my photos. Nice blog Terri. Congratulations on the successful rescue Ghost Dancer and Sage. <3