BLM Wild Horses; Keno, Tank, Jezzie, Blaze, Steel, Hoodoo Reno and Tristy

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Foaled: 1995 / Mare
Herd: Little Owyhee HMA; Winnemucca, NV
Present Owners: Cliff & Janet Tipton
Present Location: Utah
Characteristics: A fair sized mare who has some
really good athletic potential

Cheyenne (a.k.a. Tank)

Foaled: 1989 / Gelding
Herd: Modoc region (Calif)
Present Owner: Ann Borden
Present Location: California
Characteristics: A larger horse, sensitive, bright, very athletic

Wyoming's Majestic Spirit (a.k.a. Jezzie)

Foaled: 1984 / Mare
Herd: Hell's Gate, Wyoming
Present Owner: Tommy Woodard
Present Location: North Carolina
Characteristics: Captured as an 11 year old, pregnant with foal. (Foal is "Blaze", pictured below, who was born April '96.) Jezzie was busy with her new foal for a while, so as of this posting (Nov '96) her owners are just now seriously starting to work with her.

Shoshone Shaman (a.k.a. Blaze)

Foaled: 1996 / Colt
Herd: Foaled in capativity out of Jezzie (pictured above) from Herd #82
Present Owner: Tommy Woodard
Present Location: North Carolina
Characteristics: Precocious colt with a big white blaze. From the looks of this photo (6 months old), he's going to be taller than mom.

Nevada's Steele Spirit (a.k.a. Steel)

Foaled: 1995 / Gelding
Herd: #55 (Nevada)
Present Owner: Rhonda Woodard
Present Location: North Carolina
Characteristics: A gorgeous blue roan, too young to ride but excelling in his ground schooling.


Foaled: 1996 / Stallion
Herd: Twin Peaks HMA (CA.)
Present Owner: Lesley Neuman
Present Location: Calif.
Characteristics: Wow! What a looker.
Real smart and sensible too.


Foaled: 1996 / Stud Colt
Herd: 105 / Currie County, NV
Present Owner: Ruben Slape
Present Location: New Jersey
Ruben went looking for a mare.
However he recognized Reno as a keeper.


Foaled: 1984 / Gelding
Herd: ?? / (Nevada)
Present Owner: Emily Jorgensen
(Leased by Lisa Messinger)
Present Location: ??
Tristy rides english and western, jumps
and knows the beginning levels of dressage.

Federal Protections
Congress further declared that it is the "policy of Congress that wild free-roaming horses and burros shall be protected from capture, branding, harassment, or death ..." and that they are ... " an integral part of the natural system of the public lands."

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