Wild Blaze of Glory, but he is called Blaze by those who have tracked the genetics of the TRNP wild horses for over 60 years. He is a wild stallion and lives in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, ND.
I encountered him in November of 2012 after a long hike into the back country, my life was enriched in many, many ways. He is one of my favorite stallions and in this image he is pictured with his mare, Escape! This image was captured in 2015 as part of the Fly Without Wings project and taken the same time as Absolutely Wild.
We are donating 10% of any wild horse print sales to Walk By Faith Therapeutic Riding, a legitimate non-profit group who use wild horses in their program giving hope back to the lives of children and veterans.
(The smallest fine art print offered is 10×16 and the largest is 40×60. Please inquire about additional fine art pricing and sizes. Print sizes are not exact, sizes are rounded up or down. Each print is signed and titled with a graphite pencil on a white border to allow your image to be framed. Please email Deb at email@example.com.)