Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary - 45 sec spot

Come experience the wild horses of South Dakota at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, North America's largest wild horse sanctuary, a 14,000-acre ranch located in western South Dakota, founded in 1986 by Dayton O. Hyde. Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary tour includes; 500+ wild mustang herd - Native American petroglyphs - Sundance ceremonial site - 1860 Fort Robinson movie set - 1890 Coffee Flats School House plus pristine prairie and canyon lands located along the Cheyenne River. The Sanctuary is conveniently located 14 south of Hot Springs South Dakota and 65 miles south of Rapid City Regional Airport and accessible to many local amenities including hotel rooms and services. Open Year Round.