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2016 Foals

It is that exciting time of the year when the foals will begin to be born. In 2016, all the foals will have names that start with the letter "Q". We work hard to find names that relate to a parent's name. This naming system allows us to know the age and lineage of a horse just by its name. We will report foal births and information on this page throughout the year. Keep in mind, we may discover differences in the gender information. Initially it is often hard to tell since it is best to keep some distance from the young foals. Thanks so much to the network of people who report the new births to us!

 

ID Number
Name
Gender
Dam
Birth Harem
Date Reported
Reported by& Notes
201601
Quasar
Male
Kitalpha
Hickok
4/2/16
Reported by Brittny Budde. The first foal is always very exciting. This little one was named using the star/constellation theme of the mare's name. A quasar is an extremely bright object in the sky full of energy and light. This seems like a perfect name for a young Pryor horse!
201602
Quanah
Male
Halcyon

Blue Moon/

Flint

4/9/16
Reported by Dawn Ness and Danielle. This colt was named in honor of the Comanche chief, Quanah Parker, who transitioned his tribe as they were moved into reservation life.
201603
Quintasket
Female
Helenium
Duke
4/16/16
Reported by Dennis McCollough. Christel (also seen as Christine) Quintasket (c. 1884-1936) was a writer who told the stories of Native American tribes in the early 20th Century. The filly's mom was given two names that honor her mom, Rosebud. The Cloud Foundation named her Hopi to match the Indian connection of the Rosebud Sioux. We named her, Helenium, to carry on a reference to plants. Christel Quintasket has a quote that we think blends the names together: “Everything on the earth has a purpose,every disease an herb to cure it, and every person a mission.This is the Indian theory of existence." Thanks to Ginger Kathrens for suggesting this name.
201604
Quaid
Male
Greta
Garcia
4/16/16

Reported by Dennis McCollough.

Greta's foals have been named with a movie theme. This little one has the perfect name, "Quaid" which was suggested by Dennis McCollough.

201605
Quest

Deceased

Male
Hataalii
Morning Star

5/4/16

 

Reported by Bill Pickett of Bighorn Canyon Recreation Area. This little one was given a special name to honor, grandsire, Shaman, and mother, Hataalii. Sadly, the foal was reported missing on May 19, 2016.
201606
Quintana
Female
Feldspar
Mescalero
5/22/16
Reported and named by Kristen D. Collett.
201607
Quillan
Female
Ireland/Electra
Galaxy
6/11/16
Reported by Jack Sterling. Jack suggested the name Quillan because it is of Irish/Celtic origin. It also reminds us of Quelle Colour, Galaxy's mom.
201608

Quahneah

Female
Washakie
Baja
7/7/16
Reported by Jamie Baldanza, Deb Lee Carson, and Kim Michels. Washakie's foals are always long-awaited, and this year was no exception. Jamie and Deb found the foal in the woods in the morning after a rainy night. They worked hard to find a perfect name. Quahneah means "morning dew" in the Cheyenne language (See www.snowwowl.com). This is a beautiful name that honors the Native American name of her mother.
201609

Quietstorm

Female Firestorm
Doc
7/15/16 Reported by Elizabeth Lumsden.  Firestorm's name was given to honor her sire, Cloud. Now this new foal's name carries on. In Liz's words, "This is a very fitting name for the mountain including the night she was born. The storms blow through there quickly and then all is quiet and peaceful, bringing a serenity and rebirth to the mountain." On September 25, Elizabeth returned to the mountain and made the sad discovery that Quietstorm was gone. It seems fitting that Liz was the one that had the first and last report of this beautiful Pryor filly.
201610
Quivira
Female
Moenkopi
Cappuccino
9/8/16
Reported by Jean and Jim Pruitt. Quivira's name was chosen because of its historical ties from Spanish and Native American culture. It is a perfect name for a little golden, dun Pryor horse.
201611

Quicksilver

Male
Audubon
Hamlet
9/9/16
Reported by Steve Cerroni. This litle horse was named for his beautiful grullo color. He lived a short life on the mountain as he was reported missing on October 1. But he will be remembered for his beauty and his energetic spirit!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter Trip to Burnt Timber: December 26, 2015

Nancy took her 2nd Annual Trip to Burnt Timber Ridge on December 26, 2015. There were several bands spotted along the road. They were mainly resting and enjoying the warmth of the afternoon sun.

 

Galaxy and his band were resting in a private ravine, hidden from the road. Galaxy is the magnificent son of Lakota and Quelle Colour. He will turn 10 in 2016. He has a beautiful band of mares.

Galaxy

Pococeno will turn 22 n 2016.

Ireland/Electra will be 19 in 2016.

Nirvana is a coming 3-yearold

Limerick is a coming 5-year old.

Hera the Queen peeks shyly around a juniper.

She will be nine in 2016.

And then there is little Pegasus!

She is a coming yearling!

Pegasus was resting next to her sire, Galaxy. Their winter coats look like black velvet!

 

 

Baja and his mares, Bacardi and Washakie were sunning themselves on a ridge just west of the road coming into the Horse Range. Baja is the 1996 son of Looking Glass and Tonapah. His mares are a mother/daughter pair with Washakie born in 1994 and her daughter, Bacardi, born in 2001.

 

 

 

 

Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Gather/Removal 2015

The 2015 Gather/Removal is over. 19 horses were removed. The bait trap process was successful, with no major injuries resulting. The Mustang Center would like to extend a big "thank you" for all the people who adopted the horses. The prices paid for the horses speak of their value. What a tribute! We are aware of many people who were not able to get a horse during this adoption. Thank you for your bids! We definitely appreciate all the people who wanted to make sure these horses would get special homes. We have included the bidder's state and the winning bid beside each horse. We would love to hear from each successful bidder so we can keep track of the horses as they move to the domestic world.

Horse Comments:

Maelstrom: 2012 Colt

Maelstrom has a combination of beauty and heritage that will make him a one-of-a-kind horse for someone! Maelstrom is the son of Jackson and Firestorm. This makes him the grandson of  both Cloud and Two Boots. He is a bay roan horse with a flashy hind leg! Maelstrom was separated from his band in May 2014. He was "adopted" by Hernando, Phoenix (Maelsrom's grandmother), and War Bonnet. These three horses continued raising Maelstrom until he moved into the bachelor world this spring. He has led a great life on the mountain thus far.  Maybe you can be the one to move on into this next phase of his life!

 

Virginia: $1735

McKeahnie: 2012 Colt

 

McKeahnie is a beautiful, classic dun colt. This horse comes from an amazing lineage. He is the look-alike son of Cappuccino. His mom, Gabrielle, is the daughter of Jackson and Brumby.  As McKeahnie got older he moved between his home band and various bachelors. He seems to have a very easy going personality and gets along with other horses. This will help him transition into a domestic life very well.

 

Michigan: $1460

Meriwether: 2012 Filly

Meriwether was born to the legendary stallion, Duke and the sorrel mare, Madonna. Meriwether has been with Garay for over a year now. She is a shy little filly. She and the other mares in Garay's band had a close bond. They could frequently be seen standing close together and gently grooming each other. Meriwether was removed because of her umbilical hernia. These behaviors will help Meriwether be a wonderful companion for her new "person."

 

Wisconsin: $635

Mesa: 2012 Filly

Mesa is a beautiful, classic dun. She is the daughter of Bolder and Sapo/Cedar and was with them up until the day of her capture. She always quietly followed along with the band. This is one beautiful filly...one that has the great "look" of a Pryor horse and that carries on the legacy of her grandfather Cloud.

 

Wisconsin: $4005

Nye: 2013 Filly

Nye is the 2013 daughter of Galena and Jackson. What a heritage as she is the granddaughter of Lakota and carries on his grulla color! Nye has recently had a change in her life as she was part of Baja's band this summer. Nye does have an umbilical hernia which is the reason for her removal. But don't let this stop you. As you can see from the photo below, Nye has grown into a beautiful Pryor horse.

 

California: $705

Nahwa 2013 Colt

This young colt is going to be a gem for someone! Nahwa is the son of the magnificent Baja and mare Washakie. He was separated from his family in early 2015. Nahwa is a young horse who will thrive in a loving home. He is a beautiful dun color with a two-tone mane and tail, very much resembling his sire, Baja. Don't miss the chance to adopt this young stallion who will surely grow up to be a very handsome Pryor horse!

 

Montana: $2275

Ojai: 2014 Filly

What a perfect little Pryor horse! Ojai is the full sister to Nawha. Each are from Baja and Washakie. Each carries the look of Baja with the dun color and two-toned mane and tail. Ojai is young and just recently removed from her parents' band. She will be looking for someone to bond with.

 

Wyoming: $995

Olivia: 2014 Filly

 

Olivia is a beautiful grulla roan filly. She is the 2014 daughter of Blue Moon/Flint and Halcyon and comes by her roan color pattern from them. She was with her parents' band at the time of her removal.

 

Photos courtesy of Meg Frederick

  Wisconsin: $2205

Odakota: 2014 Colt

Odakota means "everyone's friend" in a Sioux language. This is the perfect name for him, because throughout his life, he is always a friendly one to other horses. And he is always one that has shown a natural curiosity to human visitors. This photo was taken on May 4, 2015 when Odakota was still sporting his winter coat. We used it because it just shows how cute this horse is! The photo below shows Odakota on July 29. He was off playing with a group of bachelors. It is easy to see how he has matured into a beautiful Pryor dun!

  Colorado: $1515

Ohanzee: 2014 Colt

What can we say about Ohanzee? He is the son of Cloud and mare, Feldspar. From the time of his birth (May 17, 2014), we knew he was something special. Ohanzee has had a lot of change in his short life time. He was separate from his mother in April 2014 and was with Cloud's other mare, Innocentes, and her daughter, Orielle. The three of them ended up with Dryhead stalllion, Inniq. It wasn't long until Ohanzee was separated from that group and he found himself a bachelor as a yearling. Since that time he has been with several of the Dryhead bachelors.  He will be a treasure for someone!

 

Photo courtesy of Leanna Haag

Colorado: $3260

Norte: 2013 Colt

Norte carries on the beautiful look of his sire, Corona! He is one of a long line of Corona/Waif offspring.  He and his little brother, Orion, are both up for adoption this year. If you are looking for a matched set of Pryor horses, this is a rare opportunity for you! Norte has been a bachelor since Spring 2015. He is not yet showing the stallion aggression that comes with a bachelor life. He seems pretty content to just hang out with the boys.

 

Photo Courtesy of Leanna Haag

 

 

New Jersey: $705

Orion: 2014 Colt

It was a rainy day when this photo of Orion was taken (August 8, 2015). Despite this, it is easy to see that he has grown into a beauty. As you can see from the photo above, he and brother, Norte, the mark of Corona is strong! Orion was with his mother, Waif, at the time of his removal. He is a young horse that will be ready to have someone to bond with.

 

Montana: $505

Oregon: 2014 Filly

If you are looking for a classic Pryor grulla, this is the one! Oregon is the daughter of Sacajawea. Sacajawea has produced a long line of beautiful offspring. Oregon will most likely be her last. Oregon is one of the only grullas on the adoption list. She has a beautiful Spanish look to her and there is no doubt that she will grow up to be an elegant mare!

 

Photo Courtesy of Leanna Haag

Wisconsin: $1500

Moorcroft: 2012 Colt

 

Moorcroft is an amazing grullo male. He is the son of Brumby and Jackson...doesn't get much better than that!

 

 

Montana: 2012 Colt  

Mercuria & Paquita

2012 Mare and her 2015 Filly

 

 

 

 

 

2015 Foals

It is that exciting time of the year when the foals will begin to be born. In 2015, all the foals will have names that start with the letter "P." We work hard to find names that relate to a parent's name. This naming system allows us to know the age and lineage of a horse just by its name. We will report foal births and information on this page throughout the year. Keep in mind, we may discover differences in the gender information. Initially it is often hard to tell since it is best to keep some distance from the young foals.

ID Number
Name

Gender

Dam

Birth Harem

Date Reported

Reported by & Notes

201501
Phantom
Filly
Icara
Fools Crow
4/22/15
Reported by Kristen Collett. The name, Phantom, goes well with her sire, Fools Crow. As a young colt, he had a tendency to be "phantom-like" as he could literally disappear and reappear so often!
201502
Prospera
Filly
Fiasco
Custer
4/23/15
Reported by Jared Bybee of the BLM. He suggested the name Prospera. It is an Italian word that means prosperous, lucky. This fits well with both of Fiasco's names. A fiasco is the woven basket on an Italian wine bottle. The Cloud Foundation name, "Felicity" means good luck.
201503
Paquita
Filly
Mercuria
Hidatsa
5/4/15

Reported by Kristen Collett. Kristen's mom suggested the name Paquita. It means "free" in Spanish.

Paquita and her mom, Mercuria, were removed from the Range in Sept. 2015. They will have a permanent home at the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center.

201504
Pele
Filly
Fool's Gold
Irial
5/7/15
Reported by The Cloud Foundation. In Hawaii, Pele is the Fire Goddess...the goddess of volcanoes. This matches well with Fool's Gold's name which is another name for "pyrite." Pyrite is a name derived from the Greek word for "fire."
201505
Parry
Colt
Fresia
Hidalgo
5/7/15
Reported by The Cloud Foundation. Carrying on the plant theme of Fresia, this foal's name comes from the Parry Primrose which was first identified by Charles Christopher Parry in 1861. The flower does grow in the Pryors.
201506
Cloud's Pride
Colt
Feldspar
Mescalero's Band-Sire is Cloud
5/21/15
Reported by Kristen Collett. This handsome little buckskin has been named by The Cloud Foundation in honor of his sire.
201507
Petra
Filly
Galena
Doc
5/25/15
Reported by The Cloud Foundation and Kristen Collett. Petra got her name to go along with her mom's. Petra is the feminine form of petros which means stone or rock. Galena is the dark mineral form of lead.
201508
"Banjo" Paterson
Colt
Gabrielle

Jackson

Reported by Kristen Collett. We have used an Australian theme for Brumby's line. Banjo Paterson was the Australian poet who wrote "The Man from Snowy River."

201509
Petite Colour
Filly
Kohl
Garay
5/31/15
Reported by Ann Nguyen. We honored this filly with a related name to her grandmother, Quelle Colour.
201510
Prima
Filly
Nova
Hickok
6/7/15
Reported by John & Lynda Nickle of the Mustang Center.  When looking up star names to go along with Nova's name, we ran across the word "Prima" as part of a couple star names with the meaning "first among equals."
201511
Pegasus
Filly
Ireland
Galaxy
 
201512
Patriot
Colt
Jacinta
Garay
7/4/15
Reported by Sandy Palen. Name was perfect for a foal born on the 4th of July!
201513
Pax
Colt
La Nina
Blizzard
7/18/15
Reported by Nancy Cerroni, PMWMC. La Nina is a Pacific climate pattern. The word Pacific means "peaceful seas". Pax is Latin for peace. It just seemed like a powerful name for this new Pryor foal.
2015-14
Penn
Filly Audobon Hamlet 9/7/15 Reported by Vic & Linda Hanick. Named for the historic Penn's Cabin that is located on the Pryor Mountain Horse Range.

 

2014 Foals

There is such excitement with the birth of the Pryor foals. This year all foals will have names that start with the letter "O". This carries on the alphabetical naming system that was started in 2000. The Mustang Center works in conjunction with other organizations and individuals to observe and report each foal.  Names are chosen to represent a parent name. Please note that the band stallion is not necessarily the sire of the foal due to interchange. We add the information to our comprehensive Pryor Mountain Wild Horse List. In addition, this year we will maintain a list on this page as a quick look at the list of 2014 foals

ID Number

Name

Gender

Dam

Birth Harem
Date Reported

Reported by & Notes

201401
Orion
Colt
Waif
Corona

The Cloud Foundation

Corona's foals are named for things in the sky.

201402
Orlando
Colt
Greta
Garcia
4/18/14

Shawn Ivie

Shawn continued the "Greta" tradition with name inspired by actor Orlando Bloom.

201403
Oregon
Filly
Sacajawea
Fiero
4/20/14

Diane Granger: Mustang Center

Diane chose this name in honor of Sacajawea's contribution to the Lewis & Clark expedition to the West Coast.

201404

Oracle
Colt

Hataali

Morning

Star

4/24/14

Cass Bromley: Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

Family tradition of names: Grandfather Shaman: Holy man or medicine man. Mother Hataali: Navajo medicine man. Oracle means someone who gives a divine revelation. This was a perfect name suggested by Ginger Kathrens.

201405
Oglala
Colt
Icara
Fools Crow
5/1/14

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

Name carried on from Fools Crow. Frank Fools Crow was a respected Oglala Lakota leader. Thanks to Joy Vancos for first suggesting this name.

201406

Osage

Deceased

Unknown
Morgana
Fools Crow
5/1/14

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

It was time for this foal to have a name, despite not being seen since early May. Osage was chosen as a good name for either a colt or a filly. It goes well with band stallion, Fools Crow, and band mate, Oglala.

201407
Oak
Colt
Fresia
Hidalgo
5/1/14

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area  Name carries on the "plant" theme of Fresia. It is a good strong name for a Pryor stallion!

2014108
Ohanzee
Colt
Feldspar
Cloud
5/18/14

PMWMC: Team effort with Bryon & Karen Moen, Donna & Jim Dark and Nancy Cerroni

Ohanzee is a Sioux word for "shadow" or "dark shade." Great connection between cloud and shadow. Ohanzee's name provided by The Cloud Foundation: Ginger Kathrens and RT Fitch.

201409

Omaha

Deceased

As reported by TCF on May 25.

Confirmed June 1.

Colt
Demure
Jupiter
5/21/14

The Cloud Foundation                              

When they saw Demure's foal they thought of Omaha-an Indian Tribe. Name is in honor of the colt's grandmothers Broken Bow and Winnemucca. Both names are place names that have a Native American origin. Winnemucca is Paiute and means giver of spiritual gifts.

201410
Outlaw Lady
Filly
Helenium
Duke
5/25/14

PryorWild/Mustang Center

Name was chosen using input from FaceBook friends. At first we had identified this foal as a colt...later on found out it was a filly (not unusual with these young foals). Decided that the name would still work...after all, women were outlaws too!

201411
Okomi
Colt
Firestorm
Jackson
5/27/14
The Cloud Foundation reported Firestorm's colt as a dun with a darker face. Ginger suggested Okami as a name. This means "coyote" in the Arapaho language, great link to Jackson, a coyote dun. Nice Wyoming connection, too, with the Northern Arapaho tribe in Wyoming.
201412
Oro
Colt
Maia
Galaxy
6/20/14
The Cloud Foundation was filming Maia and her foal when a PryorWild tour showed up. The name Oro was chosen because of the similar two-syllable word/ending with a vowel shared with his mom, Maia, and grandmother, Hera. Oro can mean either "relating to mountains" or is Spanish for gold. This foal carries an appropriate name meaning, "Mountain Gold."
201413
Odakota
Colt
Graciana
Duke
6/21/14
Jack Sterling, of Billings, found this foal immediately after birth. He got the name Odakota from a friend from the Fort Peck Reservation. Odakota means "everybody's friend." This goes along well with his mom's name which comes from grace...kindness, mercy, love of mankind.
201414
Olivia
Filly
Halcyon
Blue Moon/ Flint
7/1/14
First photo by Meg Frederick through Wild in the Pryors FaceBook. Meg was with the Lynn Pomeranz Pryor Workshop at the time of the report. The name was presented in the Wild in the Pryors blog, "Her name is Olivia, which is the Latin name for Olive, the symbol of peace.  This name fits well with the family theme (Halcyon, Nirvana)."
201415

Obsidian

Desceased as reported by Sandy Elmore and Steve Cerroni

7/21/14

Colt
Moenkopi
Cappuccino
7/15/14

Wild in the Pryors/Sandy Elmore:

This colt's name follows the rock/mineral theme of his mother and grandmother. Moenkopi and Galena. Obsidian is naturally occurring volcanic glass. It is usually dark in color, but can have many different shades. This was a special name for Sandy's group that reported the foal as one member was from Iceland, a land of volcanoes and volcanic rock such as obsidian.

201416
Oklahoma
Colt
Lariat
Horizon
7/15/14

Allison O'Neil, along with a group with Mike Francis, reported Lariat's foal which had been born just hours earlier.

He was named Oklahoma to go along with his mom's Western theme.

201417

Ojai

Filly
Washakie
Baja
8/6/14

Reported by Shawn Ivie

Shawn did thorough research to find the perfect name for this filly. His choices came down to two names: Ojai and Ochoco. Both names are rich with links to parents, Washakie and Baja. Ojai was chosen. As Shawn said, " It has a J with the H sound, like Baja and also 4 letters. It is from the Chumash Indian word awhay , which means moon. "

201418
Oceana
Filly
Galadrial

Gringo/

Tecumseh

9/28/14

Reported by PryorWild

The filly, daughter of Galadrial and born into Gringo's band, was first spotted by a couple from Michigan. They took the opportunity to name the filly very seriously and made several suggestions for names. Oceana was chosen as a tribute to Galadrial's mother, Atlantis. The name was also independently suggested by Mustang Center board member, Kate Allred.

201419
Orielle
Filly
Innocentes
Cloud
10/1/14

Reported by PryorWild

Orielle means "golden." The name goes well with her dad's distinctive color as well as the French origin of her mother's name. The name was suggested by Ginger Kathrens.

201420
Okiotak
Colt
Ketchikan
Gringo/ Tecumseh
10/26/14

Reported by PryorWild and Jack Sterling

Okiotak comes from an Alaskan native language and means "one who stays all winter" The name was suggested by Liz and Anh, friends from California. The Alaskan connection was made even more special because of our friend, James, an Army Ranger who has been stationed in Alaska. James and his parents were with us on the day we first saw Okiotak.

 

The Mustang Center operates mainly from the donations of our supporters. Your contributions go directly to serving our mission of "preserving and interpreting the Pryor Mountain mustangs." See the options on our Donations page to determine how you would like your contributions to be used.

December 22, 2013: It's Winter in Wyoming!

Yesterday was the first day of winter. And winter came into Wyoming with a blast that continues today. The Pryor Mountains are covered in clouds which are most certainly covering a world of white! The photo below shows Exhilaration, adopted Pryor Mountain Mustang, on this snowy morning We send our wishes today for a very Merry Christmas and a memorable New Year!

December 6,2013

Pryor Mountain...Heading into Winter

The calendar might not say that it is winter yet, but the weather tells a different story. A strong wind ushered in a cold front that has settled into the Big Horn Basin. Below zero and nearly zero weather is upon us! The wild horses have begun their seasonal migration down the mountain in search of protection and food. Snow has become an important water source. Watch for our PryorWild blogs and Facebook updates to stay informed of the winter activities of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses.

Besa & Stiles...Heading into Winter

After several months, Stiles and Besa have settled into their new home at the Mustang Center. Both display their wild behaviors as they seek out shelter from the snow & wind, maintain a wariness around humans, and keep a watchful eye on their surroundings.

 

Join us on Facebook! Our summer intern, Kassi, designed this original photo to serve as the image for our Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center Facebook page. We fill this with up-to-date and historical information about the horses and their Pryor home. We encourage you to search for us and "Like" us to show your support for these magnificent animals.

La Nina: There's a new foal in the Dryhead! Bakken finally foaled in October, and is now with Blizzard, along with Cascade. The newest addition to herd brings the total foal count 17, with 15 surviving.


 

 

 

Summer Newsletter 2013

Please click on this link to view our 2013 Summer Newsletter in PDF format. (Link coming soon)

Click here!

 

 

Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center Registry

How to Register Your Pryor Mountain Mustang

We are happy to carry on the work that was started many years ago by people who recognized the uniqueness of the Pryor Mountain Mustang and worked so hard to preserve the horses.

You will find access to the registration rules, and the registration application by e mailing the registrar's office at: PMWMCRA@vistabeam.com.

The registrar's office (Bess Carnahan) can answer any questions you may have concerning the registration process or other questions about your Pryor Mountain Mustang. Thank you Bess for all of your hard work to make this registry possible.

You can also click on these links from our web site to print the application for registry, the registry rules, or, if you just want to join the PMWMCR there is a form for that.

PMWMCRA- Application

PMWMCRA RULES REGIS PDF

PMWMCRA Membership PDF

While in Lovell, stop off at the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center to learn more about the horses and for directions to visit their home out on the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range.

We have a small museum where visitors can learn about the history of the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustangs and the people who fought for their survival. There is also a small gift shop where visitors can purchase original photos of the Wild Mustangs, logo t- shirts, our 2012 calendar, books and other items that have to do with the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustangs.

You can also call the Center to order items from our gift shop and we can mail them to you.  We now have our beautiful 2012 calendars for sale with photos taken by Matthew Dillon. They are $12.00 each at our gift shop, or $15.00 each by mail.

 

August 2011 - Foster Horse Program

In May 2010  The Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center introduced our Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Foster Program. We have had an incredible response to this program and wish to thank all of the supporters for donating to this program.

The Center is committed to preserving the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses. In order to achieve this goal, the lands of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range must be preserved as well. We invite you to participate in these goals by joining this Foster Program. For a donation of $30.00, supporters will receive a Foster Horse packet for one of the four available Foster horse's of their choice. One of our Foster horses, "Admiral" was tragically killed on July 24th 2011; However he is still available as a memorial Foster horse. The donations will be directly applied to range improvement projects that will help ensure the health of the wild horses. From each $30.00 donation, $20.00 will be allocated for range improvement projects. Examples of range improvement projects include reseeding, developing new water sources, improving educational signage, and new signs advising drivers of speed limits and horse crossings.

For more information about this program, please click here

 

May 26, 2009 - New Herd Management Area Plan

The Bureau of Land Management's Billings Field Office and Custer National Forest's Beartooth Ranger District have issued decisions on a new Herd Management Area Plan (HMAP) and related Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range. This HMAP will replace the current one, which was developed and 1984 and revised in 1992.

To read the Bureau of Land Management's decision, please click here.

To read the Forest Service's decision, please click here.

To read the HMAP, please click here.

Also, more detailed description of changes coming with the HMAP can be found at the Pryor Wild blog.

 

 
 
 

2016 Foal Photos:

 

Quasar: April 2, 2016

Photo by Brittny Budde

Quanah: April 9, 2016

Photo by Dawn Ness

Quintasket: April 16, 2016

Photo by PryorWild

Quaid: April 16, 2016

Photo by Kristen D. Collett

Hataalii's Foal: May 4, 2016

Photo by Bill Pickett

Quillan: June 11, 2016

Photo by Jack Sterling

 

Quahneah: July 7, 2016

Photo by PryorWild

Quietstorm: July 15, 2016

Photo by PryorWild

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 Foal Photo Album

Phantom

Photo by Kristen D. Collett

Prospera

Photo by Kristen D. Collett

Paquita

Photo by Kristen D. Collett

Penn

Photo by Steve Cerroni, PryorWild

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 Foal Photo Album (All photos used with permission for the Mustang Center. Please contact us for permission to use): Keep watching for photo updates

Oregon: April 20, 2014

Orlando: May 31, 2014

Ohanzee: May 25, 2014

Outlaw Lady: May 25, 2014

Oracle: May 31, 2014

Oro: June 20, 2014

Odakota: June 24, 2014

Oak: July 4, 2014

Photo by Kortney Renner

Obsidian (deceased 7/21/14)

Oklahoma: July 15, 2014

Ojai: August 7, 2014

 

Oceana: Sept. 28, 2014

Orielle: Oct. 1, 2014

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