Salt River wild horses are well equipped to deal with 121°F extreme summer heat, but also do just fine crossing the river in 26 °F yesterday morning. Yikes that’s some cold wet feet, and a 95 degree total range in temperature they deal with, as if it’s no biggie!
Now that’s wild!
Enjoy this close up video with 600 mm lense by SRWHMG Photographer Rick Blandford.
#SRWHMG monitors and manages the Salt River wild horses humanely under contract with the State of Arizona, AZDA.
Thank you for your support of humane wild horse management. (Versus inhumane roundups and removals) * Please always keep a minimum 50 ft distance from Salt River horses at all times. Thank you. SRWHMG.