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CAPTIVE HERD A RED ROAN
By Dick Kraut
Red Roan galloped alone! That very morning, he had been the leader of a herd of fifty wild horses. Fifty shaggy-coated mares and spindly-legged
had followed him unquestion* whom he was king! band of hard-riding cowboys had surprised the herd in a sudden ambush. Lariats swishing through the air, they had rounded up all of the animals, driving them into an improvised corral. Only Red Roan had managed to escape, fleeing with
at a distance.
Night came, and the cowboys built a camp. Throughout the dark, still hours, Red Roan cropped grass near their twinkling
ingly and to
great strides to the safety of the nearby hills.
There he galloped by himself, long
floating in the breeze.
When the first panic passed. Red Roan turned again toward the prairie. Slowly, he trotted down toward the plain, keen dark eyes searching for his herd. At last he saw a cloud of dust, miles away on the range. It was the captive herd. Already the cowboys were driving them away, taking them from their wild, free existence, to a life of drudgery and pain. Red Roan's hooves pounded, as he raced over the range toward the distant dust cloud.
Soon he was close enough to see his herd, moving close-packed along a broad trail. But, riding on all sides of the wild horses were sharp-eyed cowboys, their sinewy hands gripping lariats. If Red Roan were to come any closer, he would risk capture himself! "It is better to wait ... to follow at a ." the stallion's thoughts ran. ." "Perhaps there will come a chance But all through the afternoon Red Roan followed the herd without an opportunity presenting itself ... a chance for him to attempt to free the other wild horses. At one point the cowboys herded their captives across a broad, shallow stream. But so closely did they guard them that Red Roan was unable to do more than follow
When dawn came again, the roan slow pursuit, half a the impulse to dash ing to stampede and
and the herd started up the
mile behind. He had in suddenly, attemptscatter the herd. But
the risk would be too great, reason told him. If he were captured, surely none of the others would escape.
As the sun rose higher and higher, the herd continued to trot along the plbin. But now the air became strangely still. great mass of dark clouds formed menacingly in the skies. All wind ceased, save for a vagrant breeze that turned up the undersides of the cottonwood leaves. Dark-
er and darker
grew, as the anxious cow-
boys scanned the sky.
a storm blowin* up!'* one of
them shouted. "An' it looks like a sidewinder! Better pull up the herd an'
make camp !" There was a
"Hurry !" the
"Git 'em all together, afore they git panicked an' try to run for it!"
Quickly, the cowboys rode among the wild horses, driving them together, trying to soothe them with their voices. But then the first drops began to fall great, spattering drops that heralded a mighty storm.
rain began to come down in earnest, lashing the prairie grass, and beating heavily
backs of the trembling
mares and colts. Unheeding, Red Roan came closer, watching the nervous herd. There was a chance . . .
an ear-splitting concussion, a tremendous rumble of thunder shook
the earth. Split seconds later, the heavens seemed to explode, as a glaring streak of lightning appeared. The colts whinnied in terror, and sought shelter against mothers' sides. But again the thunder bled, and now the rain poured down, heavily than ever. It was all the cowboys could do to
own mounts under
his example, the herd followed him,
beat at them, catching
them and twisting them about helplessly. But still they fought on, the urge to freedom great within their hearts. Now Red Roan was halfway across and the herd was close behind him!
the lashing rain, and the sheer fury of the elements, all nature seemed to have gone
down the steep, clay-banked edges of the river, fighting their way against the slipping
Red Roan determined
At every moment/ the waves were growing more powerful, and the waters deeper. But there was no cowardice, no hanging
When a colt disappeared under the surface, momentarily beaten by the force back.
take his chance.
of the current, an older horse helped him, thrust him on. Legs flailing, nostrils fight-
Raising his great head, ears pricked forward, he whinnied once, loud and clear.
ing for breath, heads straining, the wild horses battled their way toward the op-
The sound pierced even the noise of the tempest. Every mare heard it and recognized it as the voice of her master. Again he whinnied louder, and then, galvanized into action, he galloped toward the herd. In a moment, he was among them, hooves beating the ground, a brilliant gleam of color in the darkness of the storm. His shrill cry was a challenge, and an order! ''Follow
Scarcely had he sped through the herd, than every wild horse had obeyed his imperious command. Swiftly they scattered, evading the cowboys who were riding herd on them. Then, seeing Red Roan racing away from them toward the hills, they followed him. While the bewildered cowboys tried desperately to quirt their terrified, panicky horses to the pursuit, Red Roan gathered his herd behind him. The suddenness of his move caught the
cowboys by surprise. It was a full three minutes before they could take up the chase in the terrible downpour. In that three minutes, the crimson stalhad led his fleeing herd to the edge of the broad stream he had crossed but a short time before. Now it was a deeper, lion
more turbulent river, its waters fed by the mighty rain. Red Roan hesitated for a moment. But he knew that the cowboys would be coming up swiftly behind the herd. There was no time to waste. He whinnied once, and plunged into the water.
One by one, they reached it. Chests heaving with the mighty effort, they scrambled up the bank to where Red Roan was waiting for them. One by one they came, until all had crossed the river safely. Without a moment's pause, the red stallion wheeled about and led his herd away from the river toward the mountains that were much closer now. But in heartÂťRed Roan was worried. He knew that the cowboys had taken up the pursuit, that even now they must be galloping after the herd.
fHE ANSWER gale,
lay in the fury of the water that was cascading
the skies. For
cowboy reached the
river, the torrent
it was comwould have been
swelled to such an extent that pletely
suicide to attempt to cross
rested in his saddle, hunch-
ing his shoulders against the furious rain.
peered through the slanting drops, saw
the distant horses trotting up toward the hills. There was no one there to hear him, but he spoke away. "Good luck, Red," he said. "This time, you earned the right to keep 'em. Good luck!" .
THE END A
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