CARSON CITY, Nev.–On the flatlands of northern Nevada, roughly 14,000 wild horses run free. They make up 60 percent of the feral horse population in the U.S., and are big business in Nevada, where they can be sold for ranch work, horse shows or riding off into the sunset. But first they must be tamed. Read the article at Corrections Connection.
Taming the wild (Corrections Connection)