LRTC Wild Horse Mentors'
Part Two

"Things go better with Coke!"
(Temporary photo collage)

This gorgeous gelding was returned by his original adopter because he reportedly quacked like a duck. He went for $ 500.00 and his new adopter is quite happy, quack or no quack.

Robert Denlinger does ropes! Bob tried out the sliding neck loop for the first time and got good results. He's just starting to touch this mare on the shoulder. He'd touch the mare, then the mare would gently touch Robert on the shoulder. She repeated this behavior every time.

Wild Horse competition
When held to appropriate numbers that the land can support, wild horses do not unreasonably compete with native species for food and water, and in some instances their presence is beneficial to the land, other animals and plant communities.

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