Photographer Jim Urquhart documents the Mantle family as they embark on their last horse drive. Approximately 300 horses are rounded up and driven 35 miles from their winter range to the Mantle ranch. The horses are later picked up by leasers to be used as pack and trail horses at dude ranches and national parks. Read his account of the assignment here. 30 PHOTOS

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