20. avril 2020 - 13:00
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Hunt's Photo Adventure: Wild Horses in Utah | Tooele County | lundi, 20. avril 2020

This is a unique photography workshop right out of “The Old West”!  Wild Horses have occupied this mountainous region of Utah since the late 1800’s. The herd is approximately 200 – 250 horses and is the largest herd of wild horses in the west.  Mares and stallions average around 800 to 1000 pounds. The colors within the herd are brow, bay, paint, sorrel, roan, buckskin, black, palomino, and gray. The variety is endless due to the frequent breeding within the herd. There are many foal, yearlings and colts that roam with the herd. The horses are in good condition and are frequently seen in the vicinity of the Pony Express Trail in the valley floor. On this workshop, we will photograph the wild horses as well as other local scenes and wildlife.