By Laurie Roberts | The Arizona Republic
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If you’re really lucky, every once in a while you can catch sight of them along the Salt River.
Horses so wild and wonderful that they look as if they belong there. In fact, they just might.
According to the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group, the horses have been there for hundreds of years, brought to the area by Father Eusebio Francisco Kino in the 1600s.
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