DSC_4068-sThe big, handsome band stallion “G” from the Piceance Creek/East Douglas HMA in Colorado. Every time I see him, he’s shining. He has a wonderfully healthy coat.

More images of “G” with his band here: http://wp.me/pqR49-37O

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Another photo of my favorite stallion from this particular Herd Management Area – this is “Handsome” from Piceance Creek/East Douglas, CO. I have been following him since 2006. He’s an awesome boy.DSC_2256a-s

I will be posting this photo to my website soon.

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DSC_2176a-sAnother stallion from the Piceance Creek/East Douglas HMA in Colorado. He’s a big, well put together fellow. Love his rich bay coloring too (9-2013).

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This stallion gently tries to nudge the little stud colt along. The colt was lame and having trouble keeping up with the band. I don’t know what became of the little guy, but it was obvious this stallion wasn’t giving up on him. Piceance Creek/East Douglas HMA in Colorado (archive photo).

Photos are for viewing purposes only. Most images are available online at: http://www.NickolesPhotography.com. Images by Pam Nickoles Photography, along with all site content are copyright protected and owned solely by Pam Nickoles Photography. Photos and/or text may not be used, downloaded or reproduced in any form without express written permission from Pam Nickoles Photography. Feel free to share, but please respect my copyright.

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Two Piceance Creek/East Douglas HMA stallions check each other out. There was some posturing, but it was a pretty brief and uneventful encounter.

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