October 3, 2009
‘Cloud, Challenge of the Stallions’
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Episode: Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions
The continuing saga of Cloud, the wild, white stallion of the Arrowhead Mountains of Montana. Now a confident band stallion in his prime, Cloud rules the mountains, gathering mares and expanding his reign, as the story turns to his two sons: Bolder is his by birth and Flint, sired by another stallion, who Cloud raised. Will nature or nurture produce the next great stallion of the Arrowheads?
Premiere Date: 10/25/2009
TV Rating: NR
Conquistador. Rounded-up & adopted in Sept 2009
Do not miss this wonderful episode on the Pryor Mountain Wild Horses by Ginger Kathrens! I know that I will love this movie, but will be sad too when watching and knowing that several of the horses are now gone.
Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions premieres Sunday, October 25 (check local listings).
If you missed the first two installments, watch Cloud: Wild Stallion of the Rockies and Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns online.
September 24, 2009
The BLM’s photos of the horses up for auction & sale on Sept 26, 2009 near Lovell Wyoming
All 57 either adopted or sold to good homes!
4 bands of Forest Service horses, 15 total including Floyd and Conquistador and his mare will be kept together at a ranch near their homeland.
Ember and Image get to stay together, have a great home, also adopted into great homes were Arrow, Rain, Helena Montana, Stiles, Cassidy, the lame foal with his mom, who is looking better, and Ginger got Sax.
Conquistador had the record bid – $2500
Huge thanks to all the Freedom Fund donars and all the supporters who made this possible – this is a big win…. TCF
On a sad note, Ginger and others visited the horses on Pryor Mountain, and they are reporting that many of the horses are still foot-sore and lame… even Cloud, the most famous living Wild Stallion. It was difficult to watch them even walk over to the watering hole.
It is so sad what this roundup has done to these horses. The BLM has over 31,000 horses it is holding and could be sold, yet they just had to torment this herd to gather 57 more horses at a huge taxpayer’s expense.
September 23, 2009
Click the link below to see the CNN News Report on Sept 23, 2009!
I Just Saw This on CNN.com: Wild horses sold to slaughter?
Although CNN Suggests that these 57 Pryor Horses could very well be sent to slaughter, I feel very positive that they will be adopted out, and the older horses will be purchased outright thanks to Ginger Kathrens, The Cloud Foundation, and all of the media on this story… I hope that they get good homes! The adoption is tomorrow!