Discover how they live and interact with each other, their important place in the ecosystem, and how very different they are from their domestic or feral counterparts.
Elders from the Stoney Nation share their wisdom and spiritual connections with the wild horse and the land they inhabit, while conservationists, ranchers and others weigh in on a variety of issues.
Students share their artwork, computer animations and stories revolving around the wild horse.
Respecting the land these horses inhabit is crucial to ensuring these unique animals continue to survive, roaming wild and running free, for generations to come.
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