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Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Wild Horses

The first time I saw wild horses I was riding in the hills north of Cache Creek.
I was surprised how small they were.
The second time I saw them was outside of Virginia City. The mares all had foals at their side and I was mesmerized with the number of them partially hidden by the Pine trees. They were beautiful.
My own mare, "Sugarfoot" was born in a wild band. I often wondered how she must have missed running free.

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