These magnificent animals roam free in the Rooisand nature reserve, at the mouth of the Botriver, in South Africa. I recently spent 4 months following them around and they have become like a sexond family to me. They are rumoured to be descendants of horses hidden in the vlei when the English were advancing during the Anglo Boer War in the 1890's. They play a very important role in the wetlands by keeping the waterways open ensuring that all the rivers flow freely and there are no stagnant pools. They have uniquely adapted to life in the marshy areas. Their hooves are double the size of 'normal' hooved horses.
Print on prime canvas Limited edition 5/15, Signed and cerified. These prints are unmounted and shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube.