Welcome to the blog by Marylu Weber

This blog contains dozens of posts and photos of the wild, feral horses from the park and some of the people involved with them. These horses are owned by the park and not managed by the BLM. To see most of the photos, scroll to the bottom of this page. To find earlier posts of interest go to Blog Archive on the right and follow this guide:

For some of the history of the horses and people involved:

Wild Horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Tom Tescher's Story
The Boicourts
The Roundup

The Sale

For some of the special horses' stories:
Fire's Story
Whisper's Story
Our Boys Come Home
Dancing with a Wild Horse
Whit's Story

The Dance Continues
Training Update

More Dancing with Hawk
More Training for Hawk
Bashful, the Steps of His Life

Post of Interest:
Four Stallion Fight
Hazards, Did I Mention Hazards?

Saturday, December 5, 2015

The new printed Field Guide to the Wild Horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park is now available online from Blurb.  This new Guide has photos of ALL the horses in the park as of November, 2015.  Individual photos of each horse were submitted by photographers from as far away as Germany.  We thank each and every person who submitted the photos.  The Guide is set up so that the horses are the easiest to find and identify by color and gender.  Along with name, year of birth, color, and facial markings, their usual summer range is listed.  In the back of the guide is a list of horses by band, a quick find list by alphabet and a map of the park showing popular horse hangouts.  We hope you will enjoy the guide.