Eye-catching beauty

10 09 2019


Could she BE any lovelier? A nearby band, coming over a hill, caught her eye – and caught her in mid-chew. 🙂


9 09 2019


There’s not a wide enough lens made to really show the full beauty of Spring Creek Basin. But we’ll continue to do our best to show it off in pictures. 🙂

Handsome boy

8 09 2019


Another pretty poser. 🙂 Corazon likes to find awesome backgrounds, too. He’s very particular.

Of note: In the background at far right, you can see the 12,000-gallon tank associated with one of our two water catchments in the basin. Aprons on the ground collect rain water and snow, then funnel that water to the tank … then to a trough for the horses. We have two of these in the basin, and they provide the horses’ only sources of clean drinking water – the others are silty and salty.


7 09 2019


Madison and Temple are never very far away from each other. Interestingly, their mamas also are besties.

Shadow and light

6 09 2019

Shadow; Brumley Point and Temple Butte

Shadowlita again because, wary as she is, she does tend to get herself into positions that showcase some of Spring Creek Basin’s amazing horizons. 🙂 Here, Brumley Point and Temple Butte.

Wild rocker

5 09 2019


I like to tell people that our mustangs are rock stars.

Storm decided to go a bit punk. 🙂

Pretty poser

4 09 2019


Gotcha, mistress. 🙂

She grazed her way over a slight rise, beyond which I was waiting. Chipeta isn’t the easiest pony to capture on film (or digital media), so I’m always happy to get a pic of her doing anything but walking away or with her behind toward me!


3 09 2019


Plump, pretty Tesora shows off her belly dapples.

Wait, belly dapples?! What?!

I can’t explain ’em, but there they are. 🙂 Many of the horses are dapply this year with thriving good health.

Light, life, lovely

2 09 2019


The world is glorious.

I’m sure you all agree. 🙂

Kinda hot

1 09 2019


Shadow girl is looking curvaceous and shiny these summer days.