We took an adventure to:
It was pretty cool!!
First we took a tour of their ranch facilities, and saw the horses in action. Some of the Mustangs are being gentled for Adoption, or have been adopted, and these trainers are working with them.
Or - as is the case here, one of the wild mustangs gathered was pregnant and they were awaiting the birth of this little beauty::
Isn't she just the cutest? We wanted her!! she is only one month old - and so adorable.
After the Headquarters tour we headed out to the sanctuary - and oh man - is was so cool. You all may know I sort of love horses, and there were 25 or so of them - lotta love for me!!
This guy wanted a treat - he came really close to us.
and then - these two
They did not want to be left out
they saw all the commotion and came running
and check out the 'do on this one!
Is that not comical???
They roam on an over 800acre pasture and are so content
This is Milk Chocolate
and White Chocolate
I named them....
I am sure it will stick!!
The one on the left
Looks just like my Brother in laws horse
It was kinda wierd.....
They have an old windmill
it used to pump water until the created a pond
But I liked it!
As a part of my Photo Challenge Group
we were supposed to take a High Key photo
So I experimented with this barn
I think I got pretty close to the description of High key
This is their logo
I don't know
there is just something about watching horses move that is just mesmerizing
All in All it was a great Adventure
the land was purchased by the owners father with the intent of helping
provide a sanctuary for these mustangs that aren't really adoptable,
and to help the other Mustangs get adopted out to loving homes
and now I want one.... or six.... six would be good, I could get them in all colors and have a horse rainbow!!! and.... maybe the baby - ya.... the baby
Wrangler Man sort of threw me in the car and locked the doors.....
I just don't know why???