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The wild horse with the flaxen mane looking at me is a stallion on the refuge. Earlier that day, I had encountered him on my boat, in the wild. The cowboys were conducting a round up to inspect the herds and administer vaccinations. He was watching me, and listening for the cowboys. I was with him for about an hour, watching him. As soon as he heard the cowboys, he rounded up his girls and ushered them into the bushes to hide. Later that day, I visited the corrals, and he noticed me again. I don't think that all the ponies recognize me - but I encounter this stallion and his father in the wild quite frequently - and I do believe the recognize me. He and his father both, watch me when I see them. The only other ponies that are like that are a mare named ET and another old stallion named Copper Moose. Original image created by Master Captain Debbie Ritter (C) Capt. Debbie Ritter
May 5th, 2015
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