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Wild Mustangs of Nevada

  • Wild Mustangs of Nevada


    The private lives of wild Nevada mustangs showing family life and herd behavior, including close-up action sequences filmed in all seasons and all types of weather in
    spectacular surroundings.

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  • WILD Mustangs of NEVADA!


    I go to the Virginia Range of Northern Nevada and I find a herd of wild horses, take some photos and hang out with the the mustangs!

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  • Wild Horses/Wild Mustangs Nevada


    Wild horses Wild Mustangs in Nevada. Most are on the Virginia Range. Many clips of different family bands. A few from Pine Nut Mountains. Last two clips are California wild mustangs near Mono Lake. All are wild.

  • Wild free roaming mustangs in Nevada


    Wild horses in Nevada. Virginia Range and Pine Nut herds. All are beautiful horses and hopefully will be able to remain wild and free.

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  • Wild Horses ... Mustangs of Oregon


    About the video: I wanted to do a whole year in review, but realized that would be a bit long, so creating segments of the year, and here are a few moments on the mustang ranges- video clips spliced together in August and September. On these trips, we got to continue to follow along the journeys of our longtime mustang friends we've been watching and learning about for nearly ten years. We also got to meet new faces and learn about them. Looking forward to seeing them all on their journeys this coming year, as well as meet new wild faces!
    Now, as a disclaimer- I am a photographer and by no means do I claim to be a videographer. My videos are rough, and dont even use a tripod when I flip the video switch on. While photographing after I get the shots I want, will then suddenly toggle to video- and my big foot-long telephoto lens in the slightest of breezes is very unsteady... now add coffee and mustang excitement, and it makes me all too aware I need to slow down and some and use proper video equipment in the future LOL ... But for now this is what you guys get- since I can't take you all out there with me, I figure you may still like my sudden video-thought moments showing our amazing wild horses in motion through my glass- sort of like bringing you all out there with me.

    Enjoy. And if you have little ones, sit them with you and tell them- YES, we do still have wild untouched mustangs roaming on vast and wild ranges out west where eagles glade and sunsets set the skies ablaze as far as the eyes can see.

    Keep the WILD in our WEST and our WEST WILD~
    Mustang Meg

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  • Nevada Wild Horses: Mating Challenge Between Wild Stallions


    Horses are majestic creatures, but watching them in the wild is truly exhilarating. The Nevada wild horses are one of the highlights of our travels we have been privileged to experience several times. This spring as we were camped in the Nevada desert, Debra spotted wild horses running back and forth in the same area about a mile or two away. We went to investigate immediately, and what we found was definitely different that we expected.

    We discovered two wild stallions challenging each other for dominance and mating rights within the herd. These wild stallions had already been squaring off for some time when we arrived, and they continued for the time we were there. Robert was able to walk very close to the herd and the stallions to record this video. Since we had not planned a video shoot, this is true “run and gun” raw footage shot with an iPhone using only a pro video app - no microphone or stabilizer for any of this footage.

    This video is dedicated to Robert’s father, Jay, in honor of his 69th birthday this week. Jay is a true “cowboy at heart” who taught Robert to appreciate horses at a young age. Dad, you would have loved being there for this experience!

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  • The life and legend of Americas most famous wild horse


    Picasso is a nearly 30-year-old pinto who still roams free in the Sand Wash Basin in northwestern Colorado.

  • Wild Mustangs of the American West


    Hope you subscribe to my channel for more adventures on the mustang trails!
    15 minutes of moments take you to two Oregon Herd Management Areas. First through the Stinkingwater HMA east of Burns, and then to the sSteens HMA for the remainder of the video.
    This trip was about horses in the HMA's outback, and though we were familiar with some, there were many we did not know. Very hot first two days, one of which was 92 degrees with miles of hiking, and then turning to severe winds that stirred up a dust storm, so thick it obscured the mountain and triggered an asthmatic response in Alice and had to cover our mouths with damp bandannas. Though I had a monopod for my camera, the shaky moments were just having a difficult time with steadying the camera in the heavy wind gusts.

    Highlights for me on this trip: Catching a very brief glimpse of a black stallion between the junipers watching us intently- who we were sure was likely Voodoo! We tried to find him again, but lost him among the heavy stand of juniper trees. Such a brief sighting, neither of us got photos, but how thrilled we were! He looked at us briefly but intently. Turned his head and whinnied and poof! Disappeared! We searched and then followed up high on a rimrock looking down into the juniper forest hoping to capture another glimpse and idea of his direction of travel. We did see one of his grown sons- Mojo, which you'll see in the vid.

    The other highlight was seeing Centaur! Some of you may remember last August 2019 the young cremello... almost white stallion, who befriended a domestic mule gone loose. This is how Centaur got his range name that trip- bc of his friendship with a half horse half donkey :) . The mule wasn't with him, so not sure if he'd been finally captured by his owner who loved him very much... or if he's still out there roaming the high country with a 'pack' of other mules LOL.

    Special thanks to Opus Moon Music for the beautiful song Wild Horses and Wild Flowers.
    Thank you to long time friend Alice McCammon for roaming with me!

    Lets keep the WILD in our WEST... and our WEST WILD!
    Sonya, aka Mustang Meg

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  • Wild horses rounded up by helicopter in program sparking controversy


    U.S. Bureau of Land Management say it's controlling the horse population but some animal rights activists say these horses could be driven to extinction.

  • Government will now pay you to adopt wild horses


    The government is taking a unique approach to control the record-breaking population of wild horses. There are an estimated 88,000 of them across the country. The American icons are protected by a law passed by Congress in 1971. Now there is a new effort to help them find a home. Nikki Battiste reports.

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  • GoPro: Wild Mustangs - A Legacy in 4K


    The third of the HERO4: The Adventure of Life in 4K series. New episode every Tuesday.

    In a land of enormous skies and majestic valleys, Mustang Monument Wild Horse Eco-Resort & Sanctuary is home to over 600 Wild American Mustangs.

    Cowboy and family man, Clay Nannini, shares insight into the value of preserving the American Mustang while introducing his children to this icon of American history, and a legacy worth protecting.

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  • The Last Of Americas Wild Horses | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild


    The North American west was once a wild horse dominion, but today, only a few hundred remain wild. In captivity, they literally will themselves to die. This documentary captures the rare sight of a wild mustang running free.

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  • Why Wild Horses Are at Risk


    Mustangs aren't native to the hills of the American west, but today they run rampant throughout Nevada.

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  • The Story of Americas Wild Horses and Burros


    Released May 2012 - Produced by the Bureau of Land Management, this video helps us better understand how the BLM came to manage federally protected wild horses and burros on millions of acres of public lands across the West. Current and former BLM employees, historians, horse advocates, and others tell their parts of this continuing story.

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    The public lands of the Western United States are diverse, ruggedly beautiful, and majestic - as are the horses and burros that live there. These animals are born with the colors of the land upon them. The browns, blacks, reds, blues, dapple grays, and snowy whites all reflect nature's paint brush.

    Today, America's wild horses and burros are found in 10 western states. It is the BLM's responsibility to preserve and protect healthy herds of wild free-roaming horses and burros as components of the public lands.

    The Wild Horse Annie Act of 1959 and the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971 gave wild horses and burros a legal right to live on public lands without harassment. The Adopt-A-Horse or Burro Program was initiated in 1973 to meet the challenges of balancing the health of public lands with the health of the wild horses and burros.

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    To learn how you can adopt a wild horse or burro, visit call 866-4-Mustangs (866-468-7826) or email

  • North Americas Wild Horses


    I wrote, directed and produced this documentary film on wild horses/mustangs in the US Rocky Mountains area back in 2002. So my comprehensive CV/Resume also states filmmaker :) It was a coproduction with Swedish national broadcaster SVT, and the film was broadcast worldwide, including France, Italy, Spain and the US. My father and veterinarian Lennart Curt Østblom plays a major part in the film. Help save these magnificent animals under threat. Here you have the film in it its full-length English language version, 50 min. Enjoy and help to preserve!

  • Visiting Wild Horses in Nevada: Mustang Monument


    Travel to the USA to see wild mustang horses in their natural environment, protected by the luxury eco Mustang Monument. Find the full story here:

    With thanks to the luxury Eco resort Mustang Monument, USA.

  • Searching For Wild Horses At: Kiger Mustang Herd Management Area


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    Searching For Wild Horses At: Kiger Mustang Herd Management Area
    In todays video we explore the Northern part of the Steens Mountain. Kiger Gorge is known for its rare wild horses. The Kiger Mustang herd is nearly one of a kind. These special mustangs were the best horses to come out of Spain.

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  • I-Team: Investigation reveals wild horses sold for slaughter


    They're beloved, a symbol of the West and part of the American landscape. But an investigation has revealed some wild horses are being sold for slaughter.

  • Wild Horses at ColdCreek Nevada,Las Vegas


    Wild horses found in ColdCreek.

  • Wild Horse Adoption September 2020


    Check out the animals from Oregon's Wild Horse Corral Facility available for online auction, September 1 to 8, 2020!

    In this latest auction event, there are 20 horses from southeast Oregon and two from Nevada available for adoption, along with many other wild horses and burros from other parts of the West. The horses available range from 8 to 20 years old and come from the Triple-B (Nevada), Three Fingers, Cold Springs, South Steens, and Warm Springs herd management areas. These 22 horses are all eligible for the BLM's Adoption Incentive Program, which gives $1,000 to qualified applicants who adopt an untrained animal. Horses 11 years of age and older are available for direct purchase through the BLM's Sale Authority Program.

    Before horses and burros are shipped from the facility, they are given a final brand and health inspection from a veterinarian. Horses adopted during this auction will be available for pick-up in Oregon, Illinois, and Oklahoma.

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    If you have any questions, call 1-800-370-3936 or email Or you can contact Oregon’s wild horse facility: 541-573-2749.

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  • Wrangling Wild Horses in the Mountains of Montana | Short Film Showcase


    Nestled in a valley between Yellowstone and Big Sky, the 9 Quarter Circle Ranch has remained relatively unchanged for 70 years. Kameron Kelsey is a third-generation steward of the ranch and prides himself on their adherence to tradition.
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    One example is the annual “Round Up,” when the family joins with a group of wranglers to herd their horses to lower elevations for the winter. This exhaustive three-day ritual could be simplified with modern technology, but the practice endures as a testimony to their way of life. In this short film by Kristopher Rey-Talley, join the Kelsey family in Montana as they embark on their yearly trip with the horses through the land they cherish.

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  • Brutal Stallion Mating Fight | Planet Earth II | BBC Earth


    A stranger approaches a stallions territory and a life or death fight to control it begins.


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  • The Wild Horses of Nevada


    Wild horses in the southern Nevada desert. I have seen these horses while out for a walk and when they visited our camp several times. This is the kind of experience that makes my love life as a perpetual traveler.

    I hope you enjoy these Nevada wild horses.


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  • Wild Horses of Northern Nevada - Living Legend of the Old West


    Wild horses and burros are part of Nevada's old west heritage. These beautiful animals were filmed on BLM land and are truly free and wild.

  • Wild Mustangs / Wild horses in Nevada


    Beautiful free roaming wild horses / mustangs in Nevada. Virginia Range.
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  • Wild Horses: Inmate Trained Mustangs Go To Work


    In 2015, 11 BLM mustangs were brought on to the forest trail crew by the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. These mustangs were previously cared for by BLM Nevada and trained by the Nevada Dept. of Correction's inmates, a great program that has adopted out over 1000 mustangs to new homes.

  • Wild Mustangs of Nevada


    This video was shot just 10 minutes outside of Reno near our friends house.

  • Wild Horses/Mustangs of NV Desert | Debbie Drummond, Vegashomepro


    We love exploring the desert and one of our favorite things is going to visit the Wild Horses that roam in the NV desert, just half an hour Northwest of Las Vegas. Today we had a chance to take some friends out to see them and found lots of them without even venturing off the road. These wild horses are truly a treasure that should be protected.

  • Nevadas Wild Horses, Part I: The Gentling Process


    Behind the scenes at the Nevada Department of Corrections looking at the wild horse training program in Carson City.

  • Wild Mustangs in the Virginia Range - Nevada


    Mustang family band - foals feeling frisky as the sun starts to set cooling off the day

  • Wild horses in the streets of Reno Nevada


    Yep, horses are wild here and sometimes they walk around the streets. There is about 2 or 3 accidents a year when people hit them. They do nothing but poop and get hit...#nature

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    Nevada Wild Horses

  • Training Wild Horses With Convict Cowboys


    At the Northern Nevada Correctional Facility, prison inmates train wild mustangs to become domesticated horses. Using modern gentle-taming methods, inmates are taught proper horsemanship and how to ride and care for the animals. Once trained, the horses are auctioned off to the public and have been used by local and federal agencies. Head horse trainer Hank Curry has been with the program for more than 15 years and has witnessed firsthand the program’s rehabilitative power.


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  • Mustang Monument: Behind The Nevada Sanctuary For Wild Mustangs | TIME


    Madeleine Pickens, wife of billionaire T. Boone Pickens, wants to create a vast sanctuary in Nevada for the dwindling population of wild Mustangs.
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    Mustang Monument: Behind The Nevada Sanctuary For Wild Mustangs | TIME

  • Wild Mustangs in the Nevada Desert !


    First Mustang herd i ran across

  • Wild mustangs of Washoe Lake, Nevada


  • Wild horses of Nevada


    This Sunday Morning moment of nature takes you to Cold Creek, Nevada where the wild horses roam and mares mother their foals.



    These animals are totally tame, and come right up to you. If word gets out you have food, you'll have 20 horses around you in no time. Just over those mountains in the distance is where they tested the atomic bombs. Crazy Nevada.

  • Nevada having trouble finding owner for 3,000 wild horses


    Nevada's plan for nearly 3,000 wild horses has not panned out.

  • Wild Mustang Roundup


    Full story: A controversial wild mustang roundup pits ranchers against animal advocates in the West.

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  • Wild horses of Nevada


    This Sunday Morning moment of nature takes you to Cold Creek, Nevada where the wild horses roam and mares mother their foals.

  • Wild Horses of Nevada


    A part of our Nevada history. Over 33,000 wild horse and burros are still roaming free in Nevada.

  • Northern Nevada wild horses


  • Wild horses of Nevada


    Virginia Range Wild Horses. Full speed ahead running to the lake for water. #littlewashoelake #wildhorses #youtuber #youtubers #youtubechannel #youtubevideo #cherylbroumley #nevada

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    Wild Horses in Nevada

  • The Wild Horses of Nevada


    About two weeks ago, I went to the Esmeralda and Mineral Counties of Nevada in search of wild horses. These areas have never been collected or haven't been in years, so I thought it was a good place to start. I was right. We found several wild horses and I decided to make a video of all the material I obtained. I hope this helps the people of America understand what they're killing off and what they're taking from the American Heritage.

  • Wild Horses of the Sierra Nevada


    Traveling with Ivana Crone, wild horse photographer and guide for Rock Creek Packing Station, we encountered three of the elusive highland horses on our ride up the mountain. She had warned us the herds in the mountains were shyer than those who had settled near the water supply close to our base camp... so this encounter took us all by surprise!



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