The Onaqui (on-nah-kee) Wild Horse Herd is approximately 200 or more. The herd has occupied the mountains since the early 1800’s. No one knows for sure how they arrived. The herd is accessed through the many 4WD roads and trails that run through the tens of thousands of acres of unfenced federal and state land that the horses roam on. Water is plentiful, mostly through the stock reservoirs and streams, which are fed by winter snows and spring runoff.
The herd contains a large variety of color. You will see Chestnut, Brown, Bay, Gray, Palomino, Black, Buckskin, Roan, Paint and Sorrel. The variety is endless due to the frequent breeding within the herd. There are many foal, yearlings, and colts that roam with the herd with their color being largely varied. Most mares and stallions weigh in near ½ ton and the herd generally appears in good health.
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