by R.T. Fitch Perhaps I may need to consider calling such interludes “Look Back Sundays” as contemporary computer apps, such as Amazon Prime Photos and Facebook, are relentless in sending messages like,”You have memories with Terry Fitch from 7 years ago today”, or “See what you were doing […]
Source: Story and Photos by R.T. Fitch ~ president/co-founder of Wild Horse Freedom Federation Little lost Yak finds comfort in Terry Fitch‘s Arms Last summer my wife, Terry, and I trekked across Outer Mongolia on horseback in a quest to view and observe the re-introduced, primitive wild horse, […]
by R.T. Fitch ~ president of Wild Horse Freedom Federation Last year Terry and R.T. Fitch rode on a horseback across Outer Mongolia, this year Tibet is the target As we write we are sitting on the boarder of Gonzuo and Sichuan provinces in China at the gateway […]
Enjoy the award winning photographic artistry of Terry Fitch as husband R.T. spins a tale of adventure and moral conflict as they share their story of riding across Outer Mongolia on horseback while tracking the primitive wild horse, Takhi. R.T. and Terry Fitch Talk about Outer Mongolia at […]
Source: Horseback Magazine Press Release for upcoming May Issue Equine Advocates take readers into the Wilderness of Outer Mongolia Join us, in our upcoming May issue, as Terry and R.T. Fitch, longtime readers, friends and subscribers of Horseback Magazine, and co-founders of Wild Horse Freedom Federation, take us […]
Forward by R.T. Fitch ~ WHFF Pres. ~ Comment by Terry Fitch ~ Sec/Treasurer WHFF Terry Fitch Wows Contest Selection Committee with Equine Photographic Majesty I am proud, and immensely moved, to announce that my better half, Terry, has three years running been selected by the Equine Photo […]
from the pages of trueCOWBOY magazine – 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
I lot of good folks have been asking for a few media updates from our horseback trek and research trip in Outer Mongolia and with Terry just getting back to the U.S. and me still out of the country we have been struggling with pulling together all the photos and video for your review.
To add to the headache is that I do not have my hands on my normal video editing program but none the less, please find inserted here a rather raw look at some of the fruits of our labor while we attempted to locate and photograph the reintroduced, primitive wild horses of Mongolia, the Takhi.
Please note; no helicopters, fences or traps.
Calming for one’s soul.