The View from Unbranded

The trek continues: Four men, 13 Mustangs and more than 3,000 miles.

Sometimes an image is worth more than words, and such is the case for the visuals coming in from the Unbranded trail. The crew is now in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The guys sent in the following photos from their last few days on the trail. Beautiful scenery, men at work, and horses back in the wilderness. Enjoy the view from Unbranded’s lens.






Continue to follow Western Horseman’s exclusive “Unbranded” blog here, and stay tuned for more print coverage in the winter issues.

5 Responses to “The View from Unbranded”

  1. Dustin Stout says:

    I really enjoyed reading this story and cannot hardly wait for the next update and for it to come out on film. I must say I’d give almost anything to have gotten a chance to be on any part of this ride.

  2. Jodie says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your trip with us! May GOD continue to Bless you and Keep you. May your film be a huge success!! I have a feeling it will be! Keep on with the updates.

  3. Susie Blackburn says:

    Awesome adventure. I have a mustang filly and love love love the high country. Active member of BackCountry Horsemen of CA. Looking forward to following your travels. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Sara Goodnick says:

    I am loving the postings of these men! My husband and I have just gotten into horse packing, although I have ridden most of my life and he has, as long as we’ve been married, for over 34 years. I just can”t carry all my camera gear on my back as we’ll as a backpack, so this is the perfect choice for us. It’s definitely a huge challenge, and I really admire these guys. As with many of their fans, I so wish I was their age. Would definitely be planning a trip, shorter than theirs. I hope this creates a renewed interest in backcountry horse trips! We’re losing our trails really fast. Yes, we are members of BCHA and the Central Arizona BCHA. Great groups.

  5. Tony Henrie says:

    Wondering whether Ben and the guys might be able to give an update on their gear, such as what works, what they would change, what they would leave behind, what they wish they had brought along, how the horses are holding up under pack and saddle, saddle sores, shoes, etc. , for the benefit of those of us planning to follow in their hoof prints.

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