Created 25-Jul-09
Modified 5-Aug-10
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The Mutton Bunch, as named by local residents, is a band of wild horses who have adopted, or been adopted by, a previously domesticated sheep. She (I've been told it's a "she") has lived with these mustangs for over four years. She is watched over by the stallion, interacts with the mares and babies, and displays an obvious bond with these horses. It is an amazing sight.

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Guestbook for Mutton Bunch Wild Horse Gallery
Carol Chernowsky(non-registered)
I hope the Mutton Bunch is STILL alive and WELL. Thank-you for caring SO MUCH about them and All the other wild horses in the area.They are truly many of God's precious creatures that we are to respect, enjoy, and treasure. Thank-you for all that you do for them.