DownloadThis beautiful chestnut stallion is just leaping into a run, his back legs firmly pressed against the turf behind him, raising a tiny plume of dust, front legs raised in the air to spring forward. He is running next to a fence in a pasture in New Mexico. The horse's tail is streaming out behind him, and his mane, clipped short, is ruffled in the wind. His head is turned just slightly toward the camera, displaying the white blaze on his face. His rich reddish-brown coat glistens in the afternoon sunlight.
DownloadA bay stallion, trotting in a pasture in New Mexico, viewed from the side in late afternoon sunlight. The horse's black tail is raised proudly and streams out behind him in the wind. His left rear and right front legs are raised from the ground, displaying his black socks. His short black mane ripples in the wind, and his rich brown coat gleams in the sunlight.
DownloadThe dark eye of a buckskin stallion, seen close up so that only part of the horse's face is visible. He is light brown and has a black mane, which can just be seen at the top of the photo. The camera angle is tilted up toward the horse, so that his head is seen against a background of blue sky, his coat richly lit by afternoon sunlight.
DownloadThis buckskin stallion is in mid-canter, with both rear legs off the ground and the left foreleg lifted. He has a tan coat, with black mane, tail and socks, seen in afternoon sunlight in a field in New Mexico. He also has a bit of straw in his mouth, if you look closely, giving a somewhat comical appearance to his otherwise dignified gait. In the background, a bay horse is partly visible, also running through the field.
DownloadDescription: The face of a bay horse with white markings, under an acacia tree in Queensland, Australia.
DownloadDescription: A white horse grazing in Queensland, Australia, seen in full view from the side.
DownloadDescription: A chestnut mare with white markings on the face, with an itchy nose.
DownloadDescription: A chestnut mare, shown in profile, taken in Queensland Australia.
DownloadDescription: A white horse grazing in Queensland, Australia, shown from the side with neck and head visible.
DownloadDescription: In Australia, wild horses (and often those that are not so wild) are called 'brumbies', possibly after James Brumby, an Australian stockman in the 18th century.
DownloadDescription: This Aussie horse is just a bit skittish about the hand approaching from the left. Photo taken on Wolvi Mountain in Queensland, Australia.
DownloadDescription: A bay horse with white markings on the face, in Queensland, Australia.