McCullough Peaks & Pryor Mountain Wild Horses: April-July 2018
The horse symbolizes freedom, spirit, strength, power, grace, beauty and the American West.
In 1971 Congress declared wild horses to be “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West”. Horses are the projection of our dreams and they give us the capability of escaping to a different world whether we're riding them or just watching them.
Come join us as we celebrate the living legends and symbol of the American West, an animal that represents freedom, grace and strength to so many people - the horse and more specifically the McCullough Peaks and Pryor Mountain Wild horses.
Cost: $855.00 per person. Cost does not include lodging, meals or transportation. These workshops are limited to four (4) people.
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We will spend 3 action packed days getting to know the behavior and social dynamics of the McCullough Peaks and Pryor Mountain horses as they go about their daily lives.
There are about 33,000 wild horses running free in the United States. Descended from animals brought over by the Spanish in the 1500s, they roam throughout public lands in western states like Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming, and Montana.