Where to Find Wild Horses in Pahrump, Nevada

They’re usually seen on the north end of town, according to a report posted today by the Pahrump Valley Times, but recently the animals have been grazing on the south end of the valley, near Highway 160 between Homestead Road and Calvada Boulevard.

An animal control officer for Nye County said that motorists should be aware of the free-roaming equines.  “All we try to do is keep them off the highway.”

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