The summer temperatures in Reno reached record-breaking numbers last week of up to 110 degrees. Free-roaming mustangs frequently roll in the dirt and shallow pools of water. This helps protect their coat and creates a layer to help with fly protection. Wild horses tend to reserve their energy in such high temperatures and stay closer to water sources.

Sonny, with his little brother, looks back at his mom (buckskin) and his dad (dark sorrel). He will be two years old this year in October. He is growing into a handsome young mustang!

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.

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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.

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