Brother Leo died unexpectedly three years ago and now some are wondering what will happen to the herd when Frank passes on, according to a story appearing in today’s edition of the Grand Forks Herald.
There are currently abut 300 head in his care, thought to be descendants of Sitting Bull’s horses.
Their predecessors were removed from Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the 1980s and 1990s. The horses you see in the park today are not related.
Insiders are looking for a benefactor to secure the horses’ future when the time comes.