From Publishers Weekly
Fewer than 17,000 wild horses remain in the U.S., down from 2,000,000 in 1900; Ryden's narrative tells what has happened to them and why. In a 1970 review, PW called this "a richly researched and well-written book with an unusual appeal." Photos.
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"A richly researched and well-written book with an unusual appeal."--Publishers Weekly
"Remarkably well researched, this is the best history of the wild horse ever written."--Minneapolis Star Tribune
"This book is a treat for everyone who knows or cares about horses."--Cleveland Amory