Went to Warner Springs, Anza Borrego Desert, CA today to shoot more footage of the Sulphur Springs mares and foals. There are now seven foals; a black one was born last night to a grulla mare. You can see lot's of photos of the little guy here, running along with his herd.
All these magnificent mares and foals are in the custody and care of the Coyote Canyon d'Anza, who's stated mission is to return a foundation herd back to free roaming in San Diego County.
Fallbrook Film Factory is sponsoring a documentary currently being produced by Dharlin Entertainment about this mission and the plight of the American Mustang (and the total mismanagement of the BLM!)
We were in the desert today to film more footage (oh, yeah, it was 103 degrees in the shade!)
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