Wild horses often share their meals together with the ones they love.
Wild horses often share their meals together with the ones they love. If you see horses doing this, you can bet their relationship is a very close one!
The mare on the right is Celise, born on
8.18.2018 out of mare Celeste, sired by Charger. The horse on the left is Ceasar, born on 5.28.20 sired by Jagger. They are mother and son!
Check out their factual birthdays and tell us how old you think she was when she became pregnant with him. Next we will tell you the rest of their incredible story!
SRWHMG keeps exact records on each and every Salt River wild horse from the time they are born to the time they pass. We share some of this proprietary information with the public, from this public page, which you are welcome to share! This extensive research has taken us decades to complete and it has played an important part in saving the Salt River wild horses. When you mention the horses’ names we have given them, please help us by crediting and mentioning our important body of work? (There are lots of pages with similar names that pretend they are us, and they use (and misuse) our information without crediting SRWHMG; they do not help the cause at all by not disclosing that they are plagiarizing our proprietary information and that they are not the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group, please beware, they did not do the work! If you want to help please leave these pages and join us) Thank you! SRWHMG.
Photo by SRWHMG Photographer Angela Kellam.