Breed of horse: Thoroughbred (yes, TBs can be wild.)
Herd: Valley Herd
Rank: Lead Stallion
Other information: He's dominant and brave, pretty much fearless except for humans. He is terrified of any thing that even smells like a human, and will keep his herd far from it. After his lead stallion in his birth herd died, he was able to take over at the tender age of 4, and has successfully kept the herd. He has also gained a few mares, over the year he has been lead stallion. He has no foals, and fairly isn't very interested in them, they tend to annoy him. His great grandfather was released into the wild by his human, who couldn't take care of him and knew if she sent him to auction, he would almost certainly end up on someones dinner plate. So, now there are quite a big line of TBs running wild. Arrow is mixed with some American Mustang, but less than 30% of it. So he's considered a Thoroughbred (TB).
Your username: RacehorsesRock
Age: 7 Yrs Old.
Breed of horse: Mostly Mustang Yet A Few Other’s.
Herd: The Valley Herd
Rank: Unknown (I’m not exactly sure how all this works...)
Colors: Dream is a Grullo/Grulla Paint Mix.
Other information: Dream has been out in the wild of a bit now ever since a run away show stallion and her mother met. When she was still a foal a mountain lion took down her dad leaving her mother and her to fend for themselves. By the age of 3 she still hung with her mom not knowing what else to do. That was until humans rangled up her mom cause Dream to get as far away from that as possible. Now that she’s 7 she figures it’s time to find herself a herd and stop living life on the run. Since Dream has been moving her whole life she has a very slim build fit with long yet strong legs. Her mane is slightly short but her tail is nothing less then amazing. Being alone makes Dream resist commands and following others. She stands strong by what she believes and or thinks. The only reason she hasn’t received any scars over the years is because she was never in an area long enough to a predator to find her and with her speed very few things caught up, and if they did it was because she was cornered. Never the less it was always a far run where Dream was still able to fight and her attacker was trying to catch their breath making it easy for her to fight and run.
Your username: Pokermint