Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary
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Blue roan mare born in the desert in Nevada gathered 1987 Released at IRAM Aug. 15, 1988
I first laid eyes on Lark at the wild horse holding facility in Blo omfield, Nebraska in 1988. I was sitting on a fence watching hundreds of newly captured wild horses, when a beautiful blue roan filly came out of the herd and trotted toward me. It was as though she knew I was setting up a sanctuary for wild horses, and was determined to be the first one on the truck..
But sometimes I would catch her grazing off in the distance at the other wild horses and I sensed that however much she loved me, she needed to be free. As I pulled the saddle off her for the last time and opened the gates. She trotted off, pausing once at the top of the trail over the rim before joining the herd to look back at me and nicker a goodbye.
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