There’s truly no sight in the world like that of wild horses running free. The Bureau of Land Management manages 22 herds of wild horses in Utah, but the most accessible to the public is the Onaqui herd in the West Desert. You can take a drive to see these majestic animals.

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If you’re interested in viewing more of Utah’s wild horse herds, visit WildHorseTourist.com. It’s a great resource with lots of helpful tips and some absolutely gorgeous photography by Robert Hammer.

Have you ever seen any of Utah’s wild horse herds? Tell us about your experiences, and share your photos if you have any!

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