We took a private tour with the herd manager. Just April (herd manager) my sister-in-law and I in an air conditioned Tahoe. Two hours of driving back roads and trails looking for the wild mustangs. April was knowledgable of the area's history, where the horses were that day, the plants and other wildlife in the area. We drove on the beach and caught sight of a small herd crossing in front of us, last years yearlings and this years foal. April (23 years old) drove that Tahoe like a pro, while others around us were getting stuck. I chose this nonprofit organization to learn the real truth of these endangered beauty's. I wanted to make sure my dollars went to preserve and care for the horses, not to the uneducated, loud touring companies out to make a buck. It was a learning experience and everything I hoped it would be. BEAUTIFUL! Thanks April.
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