BLM Wild Horses: COL Reno Buck, Apache, Prince, Charlie, Beau, Smokey Joe, Coyote Kid, & Cherokee

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COL Reno Buck

Foaled: 1990 / Gelding
Herd: 90 / Granite Range, NV
Present Owner: COL Rocky Woolman
Present Location: Kentucky
He's in the Army now. What more can we say?


Foaled: 1993 / Gelding
Herd: Foaled in captivity (dam from n. Oregon)
Present Owner: Suzanne Woolman
Present Location: Kentucky
Great trail and WP horse. Never worn shoes.


Foaled: 1994 / Gelding
Herd: Foaled in Captivity
Present Owner: Kristyn Tuter
Present Location: Calif.
At 4 is a great "play day" horse
that the kids can all ride


Foaled: 1984 / Gelding
Herd: ??
Present Owner: Jim Schopp
Present Location: Oklahoma
A great driving horse.
Jim has to sell him.


Foaled: 1996 / Gelding
Herd: Calico Mountains, NV
Present Owner: Mary Jo Graber
Present Location: Virginia
A tidy, polite horse.

Smokey Joe

Foaled: 1999 / Gelding
Herd: Windmill Draw, WY
Present Owner: Mary Jo Graber
Present Location: Virginia
Very calm & friendly, easily gentled

Coyote Kid

Foaled: 2000 / Gelding
Herd: Coyote Lakes (SE Oregon)
Present Owner: John and Karen Simmons
Present Location: Oregon
A mellow, typical young horse who
likes to stick his nose into everything


Foaled: 1986 / Mare
Herd: Goldfield, NV
Present Owner: Rachael Long
Present Location: Pennsylvania
A fun horse used in playdays and parades

Wild Horse Genetics
In some fragile herd management areas, the populations allowed to remain are less than a minimum desirable population for genetic diversity. However in most of these areas different herds come in contact with each other during seasonal migrations and some horses from one herd will associate and join the other herd, a practice which helps maintain genetic viability within these smaller herds.

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