Nevada has the most wild horses.
It’s estimated that more than half the wild horse population is in Nevada! Following that, Montana and Oregon also have a decent amount of wild horses.
Technically, there are no more wild horses. The przewalski horse was considered to be perhaps the last remaining wild horse, but was then believed to be extinct until 2008, though it is no longer a wild horse, but resides in captivity. However, this horse, even when it was wild, did not live in the U.S. California has an organization that has “wild horses” called the Wild Horse Sanctuary. It resuces horses and rehabilitates them and they can run around on many acres–in herds and act very much like wild horses.
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