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“Sam” of the Pryors…

Posted by Texas Mustang Project on March 19, 2010


Re-post from Matt at Pryor Wild about “Sam” of the Pryor Mountain Herd…

March 19, 2010 – Sam:Earlier this week, I was disappointed to find out that Sam had died. Sam was born in 1991 on the Dryhead to a blue roan mare and a dun stallion. By 1995, he formed his first harem after stealing mares from a sorrel stallion known as Hercules or Herpes. Sam and his small harem lived in the Crooked Creek Bay area where they became a very popular group of horses to view. From the mid-90’s until recently, Sam and his harem were often the first Pryor Mountain Wild Horses that visitors would see and learn about. (click here to read more…)

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One Response to ““Sam” of the Pryors…”

  1. LOUIE COCROFT said

    I DIDN’T KNOW SAM, BUT IT SOUNDS AS THOUGH HE LIVED OUT HIS LIFE IN THE WAY THAT HE WAS MEANT TO LIVE IT. HE WAS BORN IN THE WILD AND HE DIED IN HE WILD, LEAVING HIS LEGACY TO CARRY ON.

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