The “I” represents the Nevada’s and Carson City’s Wild Horses

The first Great Basin “wild” horses appeared during the late 1800s, when ranches released their horses to run wild. Nevada is now home to most of the nation’s wild horses. Most horses are located on public BLM lands and many can be seen on the trails on Carson City’s east side, like the Wild Horse Trail or trails that weave through the Pine Nut Mountains. Though a controversial topic for many who are torn between protecting the herds of wild horses and protecting the land that supports them, the wild horses in Nevada are a stunning site to see.