New Mexico's high desert is an unforgiving land, one of climatic extremes, sparse water and dry forage. But to the bands of wild horses lurking within the juniper, sagebrush and pines, it's a place of freedom and peace.
Wild horses and the ranges they roam face an increasingly bleak future. What solutions exist, and can they be implemented?
The award-winning documentary arrives in theaters September 25.
Four cowboys ride 16 Mustangs 3,000 miles through the wildest terrain in the American West to inspire conservation efforts and prove the worth of 50,000 wild horses and burros living in holding pens.