To the Spanish they were "musteno"; we know them as mustangs. The wild horses that still roam the West today are living American icons, invoking the spirit of the outlaw on the run.
To manage America's wild mustang herds, cowboys conduct occasional roundups. But what to do with a mustang taken from the wild? In one corner of Colorado, horses like these become part of a program designed to provide dramatic new purpose -- not only for the animals, but for the humans who will touch them for the first time and, later, saddle up and ride. (Jay Schadler/ABC News)