peg4x4":3uinrdrf said:Yep! Wouldn't miss them.I'd sure like to get one of those colts.(If it was back when I was young and bullet proof)
peg4x4":2sdhuk08 said:Family wasn't broken up-all the adults were released--Guess you could consider the youngsters eaten by a puma or struck by lightning..
I thought it was odd that both Cloud and the other stallion let those young stallions stay with the bands..From what little I know that's very unusual.
crossbredcalves":gptedmce said:I haven't seen the third yet, due to this crazy schedule of work and school and student teaching. I bought the first 2 episodes and have watched them repeatedly. I am not a mustang person. I was born and raised on the philosophies of registered Quarter horses being the elite, but I like Cloud. His story is just pretty great. 8)
peg4x4":e4o7xnn4 said:as a matter of interest,the roan horse she was rideing was gotten at a BLM auction as a yearling.
HS have you seen the "Blue Planet" series? Or "Wild Russia"? They are marvelous--awesome..Make me think.
peg4x4":1cruq6jd said:Blue Planet has a shark attack on a seal in super slow motion that must be seen to be believed.
Planet Earth has Birds of Paradice that hadn't been filmed before.
Wild Russia has Yakut horses that live out in Siberia in temps that reach 95f below zero!
I have great admiration for those film makers.
peg4x4":2ecqb810 said:Speaking of music and scenery,have you ever watched "The Black Stallion"? Francis Ford Copola did really good work with that one. "Man from Snowy River is another with wonderful music and scenery that is new and fresh.