• Susan

    on November 28, 2013

    I just look forward to you pictures every morning to start my day. Love this album, I would say you out do yourself each and every new album!

  • Dianne

    on November 21, 2013

    All I can say is WOW. I think this is one of my favorite albums yet - love the foals jumping and playing. Almost feels like you are right there. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos.

  • Jean Edes

    on November 21, 2012

    Great bunch of pictures. There does look like a lot of those mares are in foal. I sure hate that awful jug head. I have seen the group of wildies in the west and they had fairly nice heads, its a real shame this stallion is throwing such strong jug heads. (thats the term). I really wonder if some of this group came from horses turned loose from ranches, etc. I would love to know the story of these herds. The wildies in the west have great long manes at least the ones I saw many years ago. They were hardly ever seen by humans. We ran into a group once in the fall when we were riding. Most of them were a Dark Bay color so long manes were black. This group is very interesting. The foals have grown since you first started photographing. Thanks for keeping us posted Duane. I enjoy these photos.