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This is me-Cody. I'm the handsome mustang. You know-a wild horse.

There aren't many of us still running free in the western states because the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) got us in their roundups. They say we are eatin' up all the grass on the range, so they took us from our herd management areas. They separated us from our family bands and stuck us in these long term holding pens.

Mustangs aren't causing the problems the BLM is blaming on us. Instead, it's them danged cattle. So, I got taken away from my wild horse herd in Oregon, and somehow ended up in Indiana. I'm not sure where that is from Oregon, but I think it's pretty far. That's how I ended up with my face on this web page. Not only am I the poster boy for mustangs in captivity, but I'm Ms J's favorite wild horse photography subject.

Ms J is the best equine photographer I know. But, she is the only horse photographer I know. She is real good to me and the girls. Heck, she rescued me from a possible horse slaughter situation I can't even think about. That's why I'm writin' this blog for her. She likes to take equine photos. I'm a horse. She says my good looks and horse logic might make her rich. HA HA! She has no good horse sense.

Just click on my blog title to follow me and the girls at the Codyak Corral.
The Codyak Corral on a cloudless Spring day. #codyak corral #corral. #sprngtime Corral dog in training. I look better when I clean up. But I’m still one handsome dude.


I sure hope Libbie doesn’t eat all my clover. Not a care in the world. This here is Ms J’s latest addition. She calls her Lib Turd, but I think her real name is Libbie.  She’s learnin ’ how to behave around me and the girls.

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