The Breathtaking Place In New Mexico Where You Can Watch Wild Horses Roam

While no longer a common sight to behold, wild horses still roam freely over parts of the US. New Mexico has its own special place, found in the north-central part of the Land of Enchantment, where these beautiful wild herds reside amongst the Sandia Mountains and countrysides. Thanks to caring New Mexicans, sanctuaries are being created to help keep wild horses safe. Here’s more about the breathtaking place where there are both preserves as well as unencumbered areas where horses still roam free:

To see the wild horses, head to Placitas in Sandoval County. Placitas has a population of about 5,000.

For more on the wild horses around Placitas, you’ll want to view this YouTube video by Martin Carnegie.

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