Little Sorrel's Band

Now that you all should have received your calendars, as promised, I will tell you the stories behind all the photos included in this years calendar. This photo is the cover photo and includes a shot from 2008 of Stallion Little Sorrel who held the largest family Band of 20 horses since I started recording this herd! 17 horses from that Band can be seen in this photo as the two youngest foals at that…

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Bachelors

This week starts with a greeting from the magnificent Stallion, Wind Canyon. He will turn 20 with the turn of the New Year and is currently the oldest Stallion in the park. He lost his Mares a few years back which has worked to his advantage keeping him healthy and strong as he ages. He, like so many in this herd, has the kindest eyes imaginable and is such a great Stallion all around. We…

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Bachelors

Guess what? The first round of calendars are off to the mail and on the way to you today! Yeah, hooray! We’ve been working like busy little Christmas Elves so expect them in the days a head and sure hope you enjoy them! There are 15 calendars left in stock so if you haven’t ordered yet, don’t hesitate as this is it for the year. They can be ordered at www.etsy.com/shop/wildinnorthdakota. Thank you to each…

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Wildrye's Band

Motherly Love… Here are a couple of sweet shots of Mare Little Gray with her adorable 2018 Colt. I just adore how loving and affectionate these mama’s are with their little ones and so blessed to catch it on film! The other two photos are of Stallion Wildrye showing him on alert so the mama’s don’t have to be. He is an incredible protector of his family and it too is a sight to behold…

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Wildrye's Band

I love giving you far off shots from my actual eye out in the field! It offers a perspective on how vast these North Dakota Badlands really are and shows how tiny the horses actually appear in it. This is another shot of Stallion Wildrye as he patrolled his territory this day. Some hikers attempted to follow myself and Tiffany out to where they were, but had much trouble negotiating the land and were very…

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