Alberta Wild Horses

Wild Horses have roamed free in Alberta for over 100 years and their bloodlines date back to horses used for logging, guiding and outfitting.  DNA testing has proven that they have been wild for so many generations that they have truly become their own breed. They range along the Rocky Mountain Foothills with the highest concentration of them living between the Ghost River, west of Sundre, Bearberry and Nordegg. Please visit the Wild Horses Society of Alberta for more information.

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