Published September 28, 2012 by delia1979

Canadian Horse Defence Coalition's Blog

wild horses, Alberta
Wild horses stand on Parker Ridge near Sundre. Alberta officials have estimated that fewer than 700 horses are left in the wild. Photo by: Leah Hennel-Supplied Picture-Calgary Herald

The Wild Horses of Alberta Society is a non-profit group dedicated to saving our province’s free-roaming horses.

Wild horses have been a part of Alberta’s west country since the 1800s. These horses have evolved over the years, with natural selective breeding creating a gene pool distinct to Alberta.

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