Wild Horses of Washington

In the southeastern part of Washington State where the rolling hills are covered with rock and sage brush, thousands of wild horses roam free. In fact, as many as 5000 wild horses live in this remote area. Because these horses live far beyond public roads and access very few people in Washington State realize wild horses inhabit the state. For the past several years, I’ve been fortunate to photograph these beautiful animals. I’ve included a few photos from a few of my trips.

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wild horses, mustangs

Wild Horses at sunrise

Wild horses, mustangs

Wild horses on the run

wild horses, mustangs

Wild Horse under gray skies

Wild Horse, mustang

Wild horse checking things out

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  1. Ed Kingrey June 25, 2015 at 1:46 pm #

    During the early 50’s, I worked on a spearmint farm in Satus, Washington. I recall seeing a herd of wild horses in the foothills south of the farm, in the Horse Heaven Hills. I’ll be going to Spokane this summer and thought I would drive through the Columbia Gorge, Goldendale and one of the highways through Horse Heaven Hills to Sunnyside in the hopes of spotting some of the wild horses. I see on-line however, that the only herds left are on the Yakima Indian Reservation. My question would be, is there anywhere I can drive and have a chance of seeing one of the herds?

    • rwharr August 5, 2015 at 4:48 pm #

      Hi Ed, you may have a chance to see the horses on Hwy 97, outside of Toppennish.

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