Wind Canyon was one of the many stallions in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, ND. My original introduction to him was during a three-way scuffle with two other stallions back in 2012. They were vying for the attention of a pretty, little blue roan mare. Wind Canyon eventually went back to his own beautiful band of mares and in 2016 lost his harem to a younger more virile stallion, and then at the age of 19 changed worlds in the winter of his life and the winter of 2108.
This limited edition print of ten sold out. It was 24×16 and printed on Hahnemuhle 308 photo rag paper, signed, titled and numbered with a graphite pencil and sent to you with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
We are donate a percentage of any wild horse print sales from Theodore Roosevelt National Park to Walk By Faith Therapeutic Riding, a legitimate non-profit group who use wild horses adopted from TRNP in their programs giving hope back to the lives of children and veterans.