My local wild horses will remain on Native American Pueblo land for a few more months, while fencing is being repaired on the BLM land. This means I can't always get to them, as there is no trespassing on the Pueblo lands (in addition to they don't allow photography without special permits). But the other day they were along the fence to the frontage road, so I could get a few shots of them. The Pueblo wants them off their land by September, so our local wild horse group is raising money to fix the fences (est. $15,000-$20,000). There are two new addtions to this particular pack. The first one was about a day old, and still had trouble standing on her wobbly legs. This one is about a week to ten days old, a male. Last year all the babies were female, so it's nice to have a new young soon-to-be stud. That's his mom with him. So Happy Mother's Day to all you moms out there!!! As a bonus, I got to watch two stallions have a little tussle, that lasted about 15 seconds. They were far, far away, so this image is highly cropped.