It’s like they wanted their photos taken. The wild horses of the South Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park came right up to within a few feet of the camera. These three are called the bachelor stallions. They seem to always hang around together and are quite photogenic.
Some of the horses in the South Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt Park are considered by some to be a special breed, called “Nokota.” Click here to learn more about Nokota horses.
Click here to read more about this unusual encounter — and watch the video!