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allcreatures:

vruz:

Two Horses

youroldarchenemycatwoman:taken by my friend Vruz
i want this on my wall…i love it.


vruz: obligatory reblog !

allcreatures:

vruz:

Two Horses

youroldarchenemycatwoman:taken by my friend Vruz

i want this on my wall…i love it.

vruz: obligatory reblog !

allcreatures:

Horses enjoying the sunshine in Herefordshire, UK.
via

allcreatures:

Horses enjoying the sunshine in Herefordshire, UK.

via

allcreatures:

This horse named Poe could be declared the world’s tallest horse. He is    pictured with his owner Shereen Thompson, in Tupperville, Canada. Poe stands    20.2 hands tall at the shoulder and 10 feet tall with his head upright, and    weighs 3,000 pounds. Picture: BARCROFT. via telegraph uk

allcreatures:

This horse named Poe could be declared the world’s tallest horse. He is pictured with his owner Shereen Thompson, in Tupperville, Canada. Poe stands 20.2 hands tall at the shoulder and 10 feet tall with his head upright, and weighs 3,000 pounds. Picture: BARCROFT. via telegraph uk
allcreatures:

growthchart:

Two-year-old Colt Bullen rides his miniature horse Prancer and comes face-to-face with Hercules the Clydesdale horse, in Melbourne, Australia

Picture: REX FEATURES via TelegraphUK

allcreatures:

growthchart:

Two-year-old Colt Bullen rides his miniature horse Prancer and comes face-to-face with Hercules the Clydesdale horse, in Melbourne, Australia

Picture: REX FEATURES via TelegraphUK

allcreatures:

puscic:

findout:

Mustangs are a mythic symbol of freedom, heroism, romance, and limitless possibilities, as well as the vanishing West. Along with that fantasy, wild horses embody some of the intractable complexities and contradictions of modern American life. 
In 1900, two million wild horses roamed the still largely unfenced American West. In the hundred years since, a growing human population’s expanding urbanization has eaten up much of the range. Less than 30,000 wild horses are squeezed onto public lands in ten western states.
Today, the Bureau of Land Management spends 40 million dollars annually caring for wild horses. Most visible are the gathers or roundups performed by contractors who use helicopters to drive horses into a trap to be culled. Mustangs can be adopted by the public, but much of the BLM’s funding is spent caring for the once wild horses for the rest of their lives in long-term facilities.
Melissa Farlow, photographer

allcreatures:

puscic:

findout:

Mustangs are a mythic symbol of freedom, heroism, romance, and limitless possibilities, as well as the vanishing West. Along with that fantasy, wild horses embody some of the intractable complexities and contradictions of modern American life.

In 1900, two million wild horses roamed the still largely unfenced American West. In the hundred years since, a growing human population’s expanding urbanization has eaten up much of the range. Less than 30,000 wild horses are squeezed onto public lands in ten western states.

Today, the Bureau of Land Management spends 40 million dollars annually caring for wild horses. Most visible are the gathers or roundups performed by contractors who use helicopters to drive horses into a trap to be culled. Mustangs can be adopted by the public, but much of the BLM’s funding is spent caring for the once wild horses for the rest of their lives in long-term facilities.

Melissa Farlow, photographer

allcreatures:

marychrist:taylorswaim:

I just drove through a blizzard and played with some horsies in the snow … now I’m half frozen and drinking hot tea… I guess I like Christmas break a little….  ;)
WOOOOOOW! Taylor….that photo is just beautiful….i wanna pat that horse so badly….


(via notarobotbutaghost)

allcreatures:

marychrist:taylorswaim:

I just drove through a blizzard and played with some horsies in the snow … now I’m half frozen and drinking hot tea… I guess I like Christmas break a little….  ;)

WOOOOOOW! Taylor….that photo is just beautiful….i wanna pat that horse so badly….

(via notarobotbutaghost)

allcreatures:

coyotejunction:llbwwb: For the Horse Lovers

allcreatures:

coyotejunction:llbwwb: For the Horse Lovers

allcreatures:

vruz:

Two Horses

youroldarchenemycatwoman:taken by my friend Vruz
i want this on my wall…i love it.


vruz: obligatory reblog !

allcreatures:

vruz:

Two Horses

youroldarchenemycatwoman:taken by my friend Vruz

i want this on my wall…i love it.

vruz: obligatory reblog !

allcreatures:

Horses enjoying the sunshine in Herefordshire, UK.
via

allcreatures:

Horses enjoying the sunshine in Herefordshire, UK.

via

allcreatures:

This horse named Poe could be declared the world’s tallest horse. He is    pictured with his owner Shereen Thompson, in Tupperville, Canada. Poe stands    20.2 hands tall at the shoulder and 10 feet tall with his head upright, and    weighs 3,000 pounds. Picture: BARCROFT. via telegraph uk

allcreatures:

This horse named Poe could be declared the world’s tallest horse. He is pictured with his owner Shereen Thompson, in Tupperville, Canada. Poe stands 20.2 hands tall at the shoulder and 10 feet tall with his head upright, and weighs 3,000 pounds. Picture: BARCROFT. via telegraph uk
allcreatures:

growthchart:

Two-year-old Colt Bullen rides his miniature horse Prancer and comes face-to-face with Hercules the Clydesdale horse, in Melbourne, Australia

Picture: REX FEATURES via TelegraphUK

allcreatures:

growthchart:

Two-year-old Colt Bullen rides his miniature horse Prancer and comes face-to-face with Hercules the Clydesdale horse, in Melbourne, Australia

Picture: REX FEATURES via TelegraphUK

theanimalblog:

white horse (via stevenarens)

theanimalblog:

white horse (via stevenarens)

allcreatures:

puscic:

findout:

Mustangs are a mythic symbol of freedom, heroism, romance, and limitless possibilities, as well as the vanishing West. Along with that fantasy, wild horses embody some of the intractable complexities and contradictions of modern American life. 
In 1900, two million wild horses roamed the still largely unfenced American West. In the hundred years since, a growing human population’s expanding urbanization has eaten up much of the range. Less than 30,000 wild horses are squeezed onto public lands in ten western states.
Today, the Bureau of Land Management spends 40 million dollars annually caring for wild horses. Most visible are the gathers or roundups performed by contractors who use helicopters to drive horses into a trap to be culled. Mustangs can be adopted by the public, but much of the BLM’s funding is spent caring for the once wild horses for the rest of their lives in long-term facilities.
Melissa Farlow, photographer

allcreatures:

puscic:

findout:

Mustangs are a mythic symbol of freedom, heroism, romance, and limitless possibilities, as well as the vanishing West. Along with that fantasy, wild horses embody some of the intractable complexities and contradictions of modern American life.

In 1900, two million wild horses roamed the still largely unfenced American West. In the hundred years since, a growing human population’s expanding urbanization has eaten up much of the range. Less than 30,000 wild horses are squeezed onto public lands in ten western states.

Today, the Bureau of Land Management spends 40 million dollars annually caring for wild horses. Most visible are the gathers or roundups performed by contractors who use helicopters to drive horses into a trap to be culled. Mustangs can be adopted by the public, but much of the BLM’s funding is spent caring for the once wild horses for the rest of their lives in long-term facilities.

Melissa Farlow, photographer

allcreatures:

marychrist:taylorswaim:

I just drove through a blizzard and played with some horsies in the snow … now I’m half frozen and drinking hot tea… I guess I like Christmas break a little….  ;)
WOOOOOOW! Taylor….that photo is just beautiful….i wanna pat that horse so badly….


(via notarobotbutaghost)

allcreatures:

marychrist:taylorswaim:

I just drove through a blizzard and played with some horsies in the snow … now I’m half frozen and drinking hot tea… I guess I like Christmas break a little….  ;)

WOOOOOOW! Taylor….that photo is just beautiful….i wanna pat that horse so badly….

(via notarobotbutaghost)

allcreatures:

wild horses (via kpriceWicked)

allcreatures:

wild horses (via kpriceWicked)

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