A portion of a herd of 290 wild mares heads back out to pasture after spending part of the day in sorting pens at the Vestring Ranch in Greenwood County's Flint Hills. They are part of 2000 head of wild horses grazing on the ranch under the control of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, an are of the Interior Department.

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