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Award-winning photographer Carol Walker beautifully portrayed a band of wild Appaloosas in her wonderful book Galloping to Freedom: Saving the Adobe Town Appaloosas. The Bureau of Land Management maintains and manages wild horses and burros in "heard management areas" or HMAs. Adobe Town, located in south central Wyoming near the Colorado border, is one of those HMAs.

Carol Walker brings to life a band of horses, led by an Appaloosa stallion dubbed "Bronze Warrior" who is the patriarch of a colorful array of mares and foals. These Adobe Town horses were rounded up and separated - some family members sent to Colorado and others to Nevada. Their courage, playfulness, curiosity…and even fear is remarkably captured by Ms. Walker. Reading this book, we feel immersed in the heritage of the wild mustangs, and empathize with the complexity of providing them a dignified future.

Galloping to Freedom

The journey of this horse family is captured by compelling images and supported by the passionate prose of an author who clearly seeks to raise awareness to the often uncertain future of wild horses. Ms. Walker is tenacious in her quest to find and reunite Bronze Warrior's family at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary in South Dakota. Galloping to Freedom: Reuniting the Adobe Town Appaloosas provides us with a greater understanding and a cherished view of our noble wild horses. For more information, visit the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary at

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