Utah Wild Horses and Mustang Photography by Vicki Gaebe, ParkCityPhotography.com. Color can be converted to B/W or sepia, as well as B/W converted back to color.

Wild horses have occupied the Onaqul Mountains since the late 1800s. Most of the horses are descendants of horses that escaped from local ranches. This is also the route taken by the Pony Express riders as well, generally around Simpson Springs.

Did you know? The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign (AWHPC) advocates for more effective use of PZP on the Onaqui wild horses as an alternative to the roundup and removal of these beloved mustangs. The long-range goal is to achieve a balance between natural mortality and reproduction rates in order to eliminate the need for removals, so that every wild horse born in the Onaqui Mountains can live free and die wild in their homes on the range.

Prints, Metal and Canvas are available in most all sizes. Please inquire about pricing and sizing.

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