Dakota Grown Photos
Photos of the horses running wild and free in Theodore Roosevelt National Park by Dakota Grown Photos.
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Here is the new colt out of Skipper and the presumed sire is Brutus. Theodore Roosevelt National Park has given him the name Arey after a stream in Alaska. Read more at dakotagrownphotos.com/blog. #mustangs #north dakota #wild horses #theodorerooseveltnationalpark
Here is a look at two mares I don't normally share together, Cowgirl and Taylor of Thunder’s band. Taylor is a mare who doesn't interact with the other mares very often unless it is her mom, Spotted Blue. Read more at dakotagrownphotos.com/blog. #pinto #friendship #mustang #trnp #north dakota
Hello everyone! It’s -7 here this morning and will not be warming up all week. So I decided to get back to updating you all on the horses as they went into winter. First off, here is a look at the other two Cocoa’s babies from last month. I’ve included some photos taken earlier this year to show you how they have changed. The first is the colt out of Sapphire and the second is the Filly out of Autumn. Thanks everyone!
Coal is the 2004 son of the oldest mare in the park, Flicka, by the late, Curious George. Today he holds a small band of four mares including Busy Blue, Betty Blue, Maggie, and Dixie along with his colt, Amantes. #mustang #stallion #theodorerooseveltnationalpark #wildhorses #winter