“Only as a warrior can one withstand the path of knowledge. A warrior cannot complain or regret anything. His life is an endless challenge, and challenges cannot possibly be good or bad. Challenges are simply challenges.” ~Carlos Castaneda
Singlefoot, the oldest, retired band stallion in Theodore Roosevelt National Park, and Copper, an injured band stallion, then a bachelor when this image was captured. Copper has since acquired a harem again, and Singlefoot continues to amaze park visitors with his tenacious ability to come back from year after year of injuries.
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.)