Pryor Mountain Mustangs in Wyoming
Pryor Mountain Mustangs/Wild Horses are genetically rare horses. These mustangs are one of the few breeds of horses that are considered to be descendants of original regal Spanish horses. These horses were brought by the Spanish to America.
Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range
Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range is a shelter to protect these untamed mustang horses from hunting and predation and is located in Wyoming in the United States. The range was established in 1968 and is currently administered by federal agencies. Mustangs weigh anywhere between 700 and 800 pounds. Pryor Mountain Mustangs are tough, smart and have great stamina. These horses form groups and fight for control of a group of ponies. There are about 120 wild horses in the range.
Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Tour
Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range is located inside Bighorn Canyon National Park. Wild horses can be seen along the Highway 37. The range is about 12 miles from the Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center, located east of Lovell, Wyoming on Highway 14A and is open Monday to Friday; from 10am to 2pm. Visitors interested in seeing wild horses must go to the center first.