Photo Of The Week – 2/16/11

February 16, 2011

Cute little stud colt from Two Boots’ band (Pryor Mountains of Montana – June, 2010).

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8 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 2/16/11”


  1. What a beautiful, healthy, fuzzy baby.

  2. Karen Says:

    These pics are so precious….and the stories that go with them…what a beautiful book this would make, the photos and the stories….

  3. Edson Anderson Says:

    I really enjoy your pictures and stories about you and your husband going out looking for wild horses. I just wish the BLM would leave them alone. It is their responsibility to protect them however they become more brutal with each roundup.

    I amlooking forward to you next post,

  4. Linda Horn Says:

    Marvelous pair! I’m always amazed at how sturdy wild horses are from the outset, compared to the majority of their domestic cousins. It’s no wonder that mustangs and mustang crosses won the West.

  5. Doraine Van Lew Says:

    What a wonderful picture of health and happiness. I wish all the horses could remain like this. Thank you for your commitment to seeking them out and sharing their beauty with us all!!

  6. Ronnie Says:

    Beautiful! Where the wild horses belong. The family unit is strong and so sad the BLM breaks it all up. This is a major aspect that makes me absolutely heartsick. To take these wild beauties out of magnificent nature, living with their band, to terror, confinement…and we know, more horror. The only horses that can stay intact with family…& of course RUN FREE, are wild horses! They WILL be protected!!! Your photos are so enjoyed Pam. And they give me a surge every time I see one to do all can to keep them FREE! Thank YOU. xo

  7. Puller Lanigan Says:

    Pam, will he turn dun or grullo?

  8. Roxy Says:

    Awwww – He looks like frothy milk chocolate.


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