Monday, May 5th, 2014 at
You’re a Star
This beautiful family of ‘stars’ all have one thing in common. You guessed it – a star of their foreheads!
Stallions are such good fathers. They keep a vigilant eye on their mares and foals. The mares also protect their new little fillies and colts and watch us as we watch them! We humans need to keep an eye on them as well. Not everyone appreciates the value they bring to us just by being who they are. The horses need all the help they can get!
To find out how you can help keep these Virginia Range mustangs wild and free, click on the links on the right hand side of Sonny Boys website home page. Look for Hidden Valley Wild Horse Preservation Fund (HVWHPF), Let ‘em Run Foundation or Wild Horse Preservation League (WHPL) and others. They continue to pledge their time, energy and talent to help these horses on a daily basis.
Go to: http://www.RenoWildHorseTours.com or call Tina at (775) 200-5205.
Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 at
At this time of giving and reflection, we think of the times that made us smile. We remember the experiences that caused our hearts leap with joy. For those who visited Reno and took our tour, we thank you! We hope that the first glimpse of seeing the wild horse created a unique moment and an extraordinary memory for you. The mustangs have given us something internally rich that cannot be measured in monetary value.
The sight of a young foal nudging his mare to nurse, the wonder at seeing the lone stallion standing bravely and watching us, the birth of ‘Sonny’ with his family standing sentry, the amazement at looking up at a family band grazing peacefully on a hillside. These are just a few of the memories that we have enjoyed sharing with all of you.
Happy holidays! Have a prosperous and memorable new year from Sonny Boys Tours.
All the best,
Tina & Patrick Brodrick
For more information about the wild horses of the West, visit Sonny Boys Tours on Facebook.
Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 at
It is only fitting, before the month of October ends, that we recognize a little colt born October 7, 2011, who is now two years old. In the next year, he will be leaving his familiar family band, and moving out on his own. As a young stallion, he may hang out with other males or he may wander alone for a time. Mustangs are very social creatures, though, and he will want companionship, even with a bachelor band.
Mustangs enjoy a free-roaming life in a few pockets of the West. Their habitats continue to dwindle so we must act as stewards for our American Mustangs. You can help advocate organizations. Follow links on our website: http://www.RenoWildHorseTours.com
And click on the links on the right side of the home page to get more information about sponsoring a wild horse or how to donate.
Also, check out Sonny Boys Tours on Facebook!
Friday, September 6th, 2013 at
Not since 1971 and Senator Baring from the State of Nevada, has a Federal Congressman spoken up for the wild horses of the West. On Wednesday, September 4, 2013, Congressman Raul Grijaiva took a stand for our American Mustang. The Congressman took a tour of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Palomino Valley Center (PVC) in Reno NV to see first hand the over forty-year-old program that has failed to serve the wild horses as intended.
The event was attended by dozens of wild horse advocates and every news channel in Reno.
It is a long road that he will need to pave with many in Congress who simply give lip service to the existing law. However, he has the backing of more than 70% of the American people. It was a landmark day that gave much hope for the future of our beloved Mustano!
For more information on the subject and to find out how you can help, go to Sonny Boys Tours on Facebook or follow the links on our website, http://www.RenoWildHorseTours.com.
Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 at
With the keen eyes of our eight-year old visitor, we spotted the gray little donkey with Mr. Mule in the canyon. There are times when we see a lot of horses in the canyon and other times we don’t see a soul. Rarely do we see little donkey. We’ve only spotted him once last July 2012.
We’ve only seen Mr. Mule a handful of times. However, today, they were both hanging out together with three other stallions. Mr. Mule is hard to see in the picture. He has a white spot at the top of his tail.
He was seen on our tour last September 2012: For more information on our American Mustang and to find out how you can help to keep them free roaming, go to Sonny Boys Tours on Facebook.
Also, check out our website: http://www.RenoWildHorseTours.com
Click on the links on the right side of the home page to get more information about sponsoring a wild horse or how to donate to one of the advocate groups that are working hard to protect these wonderful creatures.