I love this dapple gray Adobe Town stallion. I’ve seen him a couple of times now. It’s my hope he made it through the roundup and is still out there. I’ll be looking for you handsome boy…

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A nicely put together band stallion from the Adobe Town HMA in Wyoming. Such a rich chestnut color – mane and tail flying. He’s really something. (September, 2010)

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Tom and I spent yesterday down at the Canon City, CO BLM facility. There are many, many beautiful horses there that need homes. I have posted an album of some of them on my Facebook page (“Pam Nickoles Photography“). If you see any in this album that may be of interest to you, (I fell in love a hundred times over) the next adoption day is December 17th (you’ll need prior approval to attend – (719) 269-8539). Horses with red tags are Colorado (Piceance Creek HMA) and the blue tags are Wyoming horses (Salt Wells and Adobe Town – mixed). E-mail or message me if you’d like me to try to get the tag numbers for you on any of these horses. I can also pass along an e-mail address for the person to contact down at BLM. Please feel free to share. I’d love to see these beauties in some loving homes. Thanks!

To honor our wild horses currently losing their freedom to a roundup – a bachelor band from Adobe Town, Wyoming. I wonder if any of these horses will ever be in front of my camera again…

http://www.blm.gov/wy/st/en/programs/Wild_Horses/fallgather.html

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An Adobe Town band stallion in evening light. (September, 2008).

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