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    Anybody ever use "Wyoming Horses" to rent a trusted steed?

    Hey Folks, has anyone ever utilized "wyoming horses" out of Pavillion WY to rent horses? I've used a guy out of afton area before, which was OK but not spectacular. Looking for a few for a September backcountry elk whacking expedition. thanks

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    I use them yearly. Just tell dar or bob what your experience level is and what u r looking for.

    They've never done me wrong

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    Awesome! Thanks so much! What do you normally do with them at night? I've had the best results with rope corral that I move around evey night.

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    I use a highline. Their r many ways to skin this cat. I use a highline because I feel that I can keep the animals safe and secure. I can keep them away from each other, put animals that r cantankerous away from other animals. It's just what I do

 

 

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