The Glorious Life Of Picasso – The Legend of America’s Wild Horse!


Have you seen movies about the American West?
If yes, you probably know the Mustang – a legend in American history, representing the freedom of man. Referring to wild horses, we immediately think of a vivid symbol of the free history of the West in general and America in particular.

One of the most famous feral horses still in existence in America and the particular wild horse symbolizing the spirit of his breed, is named Picasso. He’s been wandering in the wild for most of his life – three decades. His popularity came at the cost of scratches on his skin. However, that doesn’t stop him from being as beautiful as a canvas.

Picasso wild horse

Picasso has su.rvived ext.reme weather conditions, from sn.owstorms to extremely hot summers in the vast Colorado desert. Those are ba.ttles, requiring great courage, strength, and resilience.

Wild horses in Sand Wash Basin

Tourists from all over the world come to Colorado to admire the wild and free horse, Picasso. There is no denying that with his influence, there is no other horse quite like him! The horse is the epitome of strength and freedom and represents wild horses better than any other horse.

Michelangelo wild horse Picasso

However, in the winter of 2018, Picasso’s health rapidly declined. He is very thin and weak. Fans even believed that they will never see him again. However, in early spring, Picasso reappeared with a surprising rebound. Even so, Picasso lived a long life. When he, he will be at peace.

Picasso and Spirit Dancer wild horses

Many people around the world have offered to take care of Picasso in the last days of his life, but Picasso belongs to the wild and he is happy to live in his “home”. He is still living very well in the present. Hopefully, the world will have one more person who loves Picasso, and that is you!

H/t: Scott Wilson – WilsonAxpe Photography


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