You might conclude that the answer is ‘No’ based on this story by 9News of Denver.
An emergency roundup, set to begin on September 1, will remove 733 wild horses from the area, according to the latest schedule. Not enough food and water. Pay no attention to the condition of the horses in the story.
The horses share the land “with Sage Grouse, Elk, Deer, Pronghorn, Coyotes, Mountain Lions, Badgers, Golden and Bald Eagles, along with Dirt Bikes and ATV Riders,” according the local advocacy group. No PZP darting either.
Clearly a wild horse heaven.