BLM Wild Horses; Christy, CJ, Corey, Boomer, Riley, Ben Daho & Spirit

KBR Horse Net
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Tonopah's Monte Christo (a.k.a. "Christy")

Foaled: 1989 / Gelding
Herd: Monte Christo; Nye County, NV
Present Owner: Jill Whitt
Present Location: North Carolina
Characteristics: Bay horse, sensitive, bright,
a most willing student

(Note Christy's headstall is hanging on the saddle,
not on his head)

California Jackpot (a.k.a. "CJ")

Foaled: 1987 / Gelding
Herd: Goldfield; Nye County, NV
Present Owner: Debbie Gulley
Present Location: California
Characteristics: A lighter horse, with one blue eye, very sensitive, bright, a most willing student, prefers people to other horses

Mi Corazon Poco (a.k.a. "Corey")

Foaled: 1991 / Gelding
Herd: Goldfield; Nye County, NV
Present Owner: Willis Lamm
Present Location: Nevada
Characteristics: A fairly stout horse, looks like an Andalusian with long flowing mane and forelock, precocious, bright, athletic, always stirring up some kind of trouble with the other horses.

China Lake Boomer

Foaled: 1989 / Stallion
Herd: (military res.), Coso Mountain Range, Calif.
Owners: Barbara Eustis-Cross
Present Location: California
Characteristics: Stunning... What can I say?
Barbara hates the quality of this picture
and unfortunaltely she passed away
before she could send us more.


Foaled: 1996 / Gelding
Herd: Klamath Natl Forest, Calif.
Owners: US Army, Ft. Riley
Present Location: Kansas
Characteristics: A big black, very bright horse
who was under saddle in a matter of days
and working with the troop in a matter of weeks

Ben Daho

Foaled: 1992 / Gelding
Herd: Callaghan HMA; Austin, NV
Present Owner: Jennifer ???
Present Location: South Carolina
Characteristics: Extremely intelligent but also
extremely laid back.

Knightsen's Frontier Spirit (a.k.a. "Spirit")

Foaled: 1999 / Gelding
Herd: Centennial HMA; China Lake, CA
Present Owner: James Kicker
Present Location: California
Characteristics: A large horse, over 16hh, clear headed, who appeared in the Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games

Wild Free-Roaming Horse & Burro Act
In 1971, Congress passed legislation to protect, manage, and control wild horses and burros on the public rangelands. The Wild Free-Roaming Horse and Burro Act declared these animals to be "living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West."

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