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State Herd Area: Cedar Mountain HMA, Utah

The Cedar Mountains Herd Management Area (HMA) is located 50 miles west from Salt Lake City, Utah, and encompasses 179,584 acres. Wild horses have occupied the Cedar Mountains since the late 1800s. Stock reservoirs and intermittent streams fed by winter snows and spring runoff provide adequate water for the herd. The vegetation on the upper elevations of the Cedar Mountains is comprised juniper trees. The foothills and valley ranges include mixed desert shrubs. Due to range fires during the past 10 years, some of the area is dominated by cheatgrass. Mares and stallions average around 700 to 1000 pounds. The dominant colors within the herd area are black and bay. Other colors found include sorrel, roan, buckskin, black, pinto, palomino, and gray.

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