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“Many people have asked Terry and I when we are going to write about our experiences in both Outer Mongolia and China after spending the past summer, there, and I guess the only honest way to answer the question is that we had so much to tell and so many images to share that it was like climbing a mountain just to get all of the data organized; but now we are ready. Appearing in the pages of trueCOWBOY magazine is our first general overview of Mongolia and the distilled impressions that we took away. In the weeks to follow we will look deeper into the other issues that face equines in Asia and how they relate to our horses, here. We live in a marvelous world and spend our lives on a most interesting planet; there is never a day that goes by where we not only learn something but also have an opportunity to help, improve and make the earth a better place to live.” ~ R.T.
Sandwiched between Russia to the north and China to the south the vast, untouched grass covered mountains and plains of Outer Mongolia have been and still are today the perfect setting and habitat for all things equine. It is here, half way around the globe, an emerging democratic country is turning the clock back in an effort to return to the wild an exquisite creature that was allowed to go extinct many decades ago; the prehistoric Takhi (Przewalski’s horse) of Outer Mongolia is making a comeback…
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Photos by Terry Fitch, jerky and shaky video by R.T. Fitch, music by the Mongol Band
- Raw Video Update: The Takhi, Wild Horses of Mongolia (rtfitchauthor.com)