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    Are those pony wild? for real????
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunn parker View Post
    Are those pony wild? for real????
    Yes.. they are very real and are wild.

    Some of them are curious and friendly...some are more skittish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunn parker View Post
    Are those pony wild? for real????
    If I remember correctly, they were introduced back in the 1950s by the USFS, to help maintain the open balds, along w/ allowing a few ranchers to free range their cattle in the warmer months.
    The weather is to brutal to leave the cattle there in the winter. They say a few ponies are often lost during the winter.

    They also maintain the open balds w/ some controlled burning as well.
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