“You occasionally see one, and it’s the thrill of a lifetime. But mostly all you ever see is a cloud of dust after they are gone. It’s their stubborn ability to survive that makes them so remarkable.”
—Velma “Wild Horse Annie” Johnston, Reno, Nevada
This collection showcases the wild horses from the Onaqui Range in Utah. Most of these horses are now gone. 440 of the 475 horses that lived on this were rounded up by the US Government on July 14-18, 2021, and taken to holding pens in Utah.