This clip is from our one-hour documentary, EL CABALLO: THE WILD HORSES OF NORTH AMERICA. Dan Flores, professor of history at the University of Montana, talks about the decimation of wild horses across the American West during the late 19th Century and early 20th Century. Before working on the film, we really knew very little about the subject, but once we were involved we found it a fascinating story of evolution, history, ecology and environmental policy. The film is edited by Dru Carr. It is directed and produced by Doug Hawes-Davis. The original score is by Ned Mudd.