PICTURE AT LEFT
Here are two colts at the top of the world. They are high on a mountains. In the background are the Sierra Nevada mountains. In one herd I observed that as soon as it started getting cold in the fall the horses would move from the warmer valley into the colder mountains. By doing this their thick winter coats would come on very quickly.
Here is another winter picture. When it gets extremely cold the many bands of horses will form a long line. Then they will travel over long miles together very slowly. It is like their metabolism dopes and they are almost sleep walking.
Above is a picture of three colts standing to the right and in front of an odd land mass. It is a plateau of land that is pushed up from the earth. This type of land mass is known as a horse.