We took the 2 hr bus tour (small school bus) where we each had our own seat for better viewing. Keep in mind we could have been squeezed into a smaller bus as many tour operators do to exploit tourists and optimize profits. Thank you Betsy, for moving us to the bigger bus!
Betsy knew her stuff, including the names of ALOT of horses, history of the mustang, and bio on the philanthropist who recognized the need to preserve this breed. Pretty amazing guy who knows how to manage a non profit organization.
When you arrive at this modest facility you are assured that the money earned from the tours is spent wisely protecting these beautiful creatures, which we discovered our government attempted to exterminate in their efforts to control Native Americans many years ago.
There are many things to see besides horses including the location of Hildago filming, Indian ritual site, petroglyphs, and more. Betsy had info on each stop.
September was still pretty warm, so if you take this tour in the summer be prepared to sweat!
This tour was the highlight of
the Black Hills for me!
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