I ran 132 BLM mustangs for one year. Quite the experience, we selected them by pen at Bloomfield Neb. holding facility. We talked them into letting us take 19 studs that were good big horses. My neighbor and a pretty good crew cut them. We ran them in a chute,haltered, run the rope thru the chute to a good snubbing post, turned them out, two guys pulled slack as they went by, pulled slack again as they came by, by this time they had about 8 feet of rope. I heeled them, pulled them down, I had a real good stout ranch gelding at that time. Two more guys forefooted them,snubbed to another post, and then my neighbor cut them. Most had just one nut, the lady vet that processed them said they couldn't be cut, and she had a hydralic chute to work with. We had a fun day and a lot of stories and memories. When we shipped them we sorted off two three year old red roan geldings, thinking we would break them. Before we were done loading trucks the two we sorted off had jumped over two Powder River gates and were back in the bunch, so they got shipped also. If I remember, they went to Fort Worth, and I suppose they are now pets out in peoples back yards, or something like that.