Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns

Additional Web and Print Resources

Web Sites:

The Cloud Foundation
The Cloud Foundation is dedicated to preventing the extinction of Cloud’s herd through education and public involvement.

Taurus Productions
Learn more about Ginger Kathrens’ work.

BLM: National Wild Horse and Burro Program
Learn more about the Bureau of Land Management’s wild horse program and find out how you can adopt a wild horse.

Front Range Equine Rescue
Dedicated to rescuing mistreated and malnourished horses, FRER adopts and rehabilitates horses, eventually finding loving, responsible families for horses that desperately need care.

A complete online guide to outdoor adventure, as well as things to do and see while in Big Sky Country.

Project Equus
Read articles, petitions, poems, and information on horse protection written by people dedicated to keeping horses healthy and happy.

Wild Horse & Burro Freedom Alliance
The WHBFA aims to protect America’s wild horses and burros.

Wild Horses in Montana and the Dakotas
Explore Pryor Mountain, Cloud’s home, and learn about the BLM’s efforts in the region.


Dines, Lisa. The American Mustang Guidebook. Willow Creek Press, 2001.

Edwards, Elwyn Hartley. Wild Horses of the World. New York: Hylas Publishing, 2003.

Jackson, Jaime. The Natural Horse: Foundations for Natural Horsemanship. Star Ridge Publishing, 1997.

Kathrens, Ginger. Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns. California: Bow Tie Press, 2004.

Preston, Charles R. and Clymer, Frances B. Unbroken Spirit: The Wild Horse in the American Landscape. University of Washington Press, 1999.

Ryden, Hope. Mustangs: A Return to the Wild. Mountain Press Publishing Company, 1985.