LRTC Wild Horse Mentors'
Part Fourteen


The host group for the '03 workshop was the Intermountain Wild Horse and Burro Advisors (IWHBA) from Utah. IWHBA is very active in the Utah - Rocky Mountain region, assisting BLM, adopters and putting on learning programs. They did a great job organizing local logistics for the workshop and provided wonderful wild horse watching tours in the Onaqui Herd Management Area.

You can visit their web site at

To view a photo collage of the wild horses of the Onaqui Range, please click Here.

First contact
Out in the pens with humans
Human screen
Hue with one that's settling down
Horse starting to relax
Starting to come to humans
Starting to like people
Learning to lead through narrow spaces

Wild Horse Trends
With the involvement of volunteer groups comes adopter support and additional educational opportunities for adopters. There will be additional programs scheduled for 2003 including another regional mini-workshops. Check for details.

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Wild Horse Workshop Objectives

What is a mentor?

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Album of Wild Horse Workshops

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