Every time I turned around during my time in Skull Valley Utah this stallion was within 50 feet of me. I felt at first he was certainly “watching” me and by the end of the five days I felt as though he was watching over me. Quietly sitting within the herd on my last day I put my camera down and took time tothank mother nature for the joy she had given me. With tear filled eyes I said thank you to him and repeated a promise I had made years ago...to the best of my ability I will help tell their story, and make sure they matter, have a voice and be seen. In fall of 2009, a “last minute” round up was executed, this herd was stripped down to approximately 40 horses from the herd of about 2-300 strong. There is a good chance this stallion, the strongest and most untouched one of the herd is sitting inpermanent holding with a brand on his neck and hip, somewhere in the middle of Utah, his freedom on the other side of a pipe fence.