Resilience is possible, even through immense struggle.
Wild horse roundups are a very real thing. Helicopters are used to "roundup" these amazing creatures, driving them for miles until they reach a holding place, and many die during the inhumane process - many die afterwards when they're sent to slaughter, too. Roundups happen, they are still happening, and they are terrible. But, wild horses are still around.
Despite a major force working against them, they're still fighting, and we could learn a lot from these horses in that respect. Despite their struggles, they are amazingly resilient.
A brief encounter can mean so much.
Sometimes a wild horse will come too close, and you can catch a glimpse, up close and personal, of your favorite part of the animal kingdom. This doesn't happen often - wild horses are meant to live in the wild, after all. But when, or if, it does, the moment means that much more. The encounter, however brief, is bound to be special.