A newborn foal.
Bearberry Valley, Alberta, Canada.
These photos were taken on a recent camping trip, you can see the post here.
The dam just kept on grazing and wasn’t bothered by us at all.
“Our study involving the samples from Wild Horses, submitted by volunteer donors has revealed some extremely interesting results. Here’s what we do know. Our horses here in Alberta, are not of “Canadian Horse” decent, such as the ones studied by the same researchers in the Brittany Triangle, in B.C.. However, the most interesting connection is that just like the horses in the Chilcoltins, both studies show a connection to Russian breeds. The B.C. horses show markers indicating a connection to the Yakut, from Siberia, and our horses here in Alberta, are showing strong markers indicating a connection to the Altai, breed from Russia.”– Help Alberta Wildies
Read and see more photos of the Wild Hoses of Alberta by clicking here.
Heavily pregnant dams in the back.
Feral Horses gallery.
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