A brief update on some of our older stallions. Even though he is not an older stallion, the beautiful stallion Fiesta (who would be 12 this year) has not been seen since last September.
by Nancy Cerroni
It has to happen…a time when the older stallions step down from the helm as leaders of the band. This certainly isn’t by choice. And it can be very emotional for those of us who have watched them since their glory days. However, this is one more natural phase in the life of a wild horse. Lately it seems that we’ve had more than our share of the changing of the guard. In the last two years we watched Cloud first become a lone stallion, then quietly disappear. He wasn’t the only one that year. We’ve lost many including Chino, Coronado/Red Raven, Durango, Sitting Bull, and possibly Bristol, Seattle, and Merlin.
Last year there were four 20 year old band stallions: Duke, Baja, Morning Star, and Custer. Through the winter, we wondered which of these would come into 2017 with their bands. Day by day, the answer…
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