Wild Mustang Hearts Heal Human Scars

The sound of rotor blades fills the air, and the wild horses are off. Heartbeats and hooves pound faster as the horses try to evade the helicopter's deafening pursuit. Slick with sweat, they gallop past stretches of range land as the aircraft hovers at a distance. The pilot is herding the horses toward cowboys hiding and waiting at a trap site in Skull Valley, Utah. The agents of captivity are closing in. To the Spanish, they were "musteno." We know them as mustangs, every inch a U.S. icon --...Full Story
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