Bay Bachelor Boys

September 17, 2017

On a rainy day in Piceance. 🙂

Off to join his buddy.

The comfort of a friend.

Glancing back as I walk away. 🙂

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12 Responses to “Bay Bachelor Boys”

  1. Maggie Frazier Says:

    Strange how there is no sign of all those “skinny, starving” horses that the propaganda keeps talking about!
    These boys are beautiful.

  2. pnickoles Says:

    I don’t see them either Maggie.

  3. Maggie Frazier Says:

    Pam, just saw this on a comment on RT’s blog:
    Did you know about it?

  4. Maggie Frazier Says:

    I guess I did see this was going to happen a while ago. Sounds like they could have taken 100 horses, but only got 46!
    apparently one 4 month old colt euthanized and another left behind! Hope he finds another band that will take him in. Just because hes “old enough to be weaned” doesnt mean he can survive on his own. I feel for the the mom – being hauled away!

  5. pnickoles Says:

    Actually, as of yesterday, they’ve taken 71 horses. And I worry about that youngster out there on his own! 😦

  6. Maggie Frazier Says:

    Yeah, didnt think about the fact that they werent done after 46! Poor little guy – it sounded like they made several attempts to catch him – which probably scared him half to death. I hope he finds a friend somewhere.
    It must really get to you when they take horses you are familiar with away from their homes & lives. It does me and I dont know them like you do.
    I’m so sorry.

  7. Rachel Anderson Says:

    Pam, if you sent a link to your blog to several key people in government who have the ability to make change, perhaps they would take note of these healthy, beautiful horses thriving in their natural environment and policies might change. Call me a dreamer, but I believe it just might make a difference. Just a suggestion. Thank you so much for sharing your pictures and for your caring heart.

  8. pnickoles Says:

    Hi Rachel – my photos, as well as other’s, have been used to do just that. Let’s hope it does make a difference somehow…for all the people that love our wild horses.

  9. Rachel Anderson Says:

    Thanks for answering. Happy to hear that (should have realized you’d be doing that all along). :-}

  10. chris1055 Says:

    Reblogged this on UDdeer and commented:
    Don’t see any skinny bachelors that Rep Chris Stewart, UT talks about. The admin wants to get rid of these beautiful wild horses.

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