The tentative date is July 12 – 13 but a venue has not been identified, according to a report dated May 18 by KFYR News of Bismarck, ND.
Speakers have been invited and the event will focus on the new livestock management plan, due this summer.
The original wild horses of TRNP, thought to be descendants of Sitting Bull’s ponies, were removed and replaced by the Park Service.
Some were rescued by the Kuntz brothers and taken to their ranch near Linton.
The herd you see today is only an exhibit, with little if any historical significance.
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