The wild horse bands that do best have at least one older mare to guide the other horses. In this case, Seneca and another mare lead the band across a creek, but the younger mares were unable to figure out how to cross. So the mares could be together, Seneca crossed the creek again and stood with Nova and Kitalpha.
|Photo Location:||Lovell, Wyoming, United States of America|
|Copyright:||© Livi Martin|