“Don’t be afraid to cry. It will free your mind of sorrowful thoughts.” – Hopi
This image was taken in October of 2012, prior to meeting Blaze for the first time.
Mystery was in the interior of Theodore Roosevelt National Park with his large and faithful harem. Many of those same mares were with him even in 2020 before he changed worlds.
The badlands claimed this stallion as it did Blaze. Those deep and treacherous gullies become too much even for the most seasoned wild horse, especially when they are in the heat of battle defending their harem.
Mystery leaves behind a legacy and touched thousands of hearts over the years during his reign as a band stallion. His adopted offspring scattered across America, are a strong voice for how amazing a wild horse can be when given the opportunity.