Wild horses are beloved, free, resembling nature. That is why the Theodore Roosevelt National Park is so special. Feral horses have a home in this park. Not only do they have this open area to run free, but they share this home with other mammals that really reflect on a mustang’s atmosphere—being amongst the other animals in the wild. I truly imagine that they do not feel caged, restricted, or sheltered away from their natural habitats.
This park is high on my rankings because of the convenience, and comfort of living the horses endure despite being restricted to a few park regulations. The park is unique in the fact that they are one of the few areas in the West where free-roaming horses may be observed as people explore this enchanting home for god’s glorious creations. The park retains a herd of 70-110 animals. Horses do enjoy going for rides, and the park concessionaire will assist rides with visitors; visitors may also bring their own horses to the park to embrace a lifestyle quite exquisite for a horse.
Visit the website and explore the lives of these wonderful creations: http://www.nps.gov/thro/planyourvisit/horseback-riding.htm