Photo Of The Week – 9/13/12

September 14, 2012

Young studs hang out together as the day comes to an end. These guys are part of a band that has another stallion that I like very much (I call him “G” for gorgeous) from the Piceance Creek/East Douglas HMA. The youngster really clung to the older boy. He just wasn’t very brave without his bigger friend beside him. 🙂

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7 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 9/13/12”

  1. Puller Says:

    Oh, but he’s just a baby. No wonder he wasn’t feeling brave. His older bud is very handsome!!! I don’t think the ‘kid’ is even a year.

  2. Maggie Frazier Says:

    The “kid” doesnt look very old – I agree not a yearling yet.
    Maybe the bigger guy is his dad, who knows?

  3. Arlene Says:

    The Mustangs live by strength in numbers, the young one is just doing his learning lesson, both are stunningly beautiful as all the mustangs are under Mother natures loving wing !!!!!! Devoid of the lieing Greedy murdering BLM and Salazar……………….

  4. ginger Says:

    Is the young stallion just a yearling? Beautiful light and scenery.
    In the Pryors there is a yearling with bachelors. His mother died, perhaps while foaling, and London is with two young bachelors (Jasper and the Indigo Kid)

  5. pnickoles Says:

    I think these guys are just buds. Neither one is very old. The little one would occasionally go back to his dam, but soon he’d be back beside the black stud who was pretty curious about me. I so enjoy watching how they learn from and interact with each other as a family. 🙂 Thanks for your comments.

  6. pnickoles Says:

    Ginger, there is a young stud colt with a couple of bachelors at Piceance Creek too. He was either abandoned or orphaned, but the boys are taking care of him. I saw them last week again (he’s still doing okay). You can read about them (with pics) on this post:

  7. Linda Ha Says:

    Very nice Pam–love those Piceance horses and nobody does it better than you!

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