ID NumberNameGenderMotherProbable SireDate ReportedCommentsPhoto
202001UintaMNovaHickok3/13/2020The first foal of 2020 was born to mare, Nova, and stallion, Hickok. Uinta was named as a connection with his brother, Sundance. Both of Nova's colts are named after Wyoming place names. Sundance is a town in the northeast corner of the state. Uinta (you-in-tah) is a county in the southwest corner of the state. Uinta is a classic dun which will set him apart from the sorrel colors of his siblings.
202002UnityFPhantomJohnston4/6/2020Unity is a pretty little sorrel foal born to the blue roan mare, Phantom, and grullo stallion, Johnston. Her color unites the past with the present. Photo by John T. Nickle
202003UtahMFeldsparOkomi4/25/2020Utah is Okomi's first offspring. His name was chosen to represent the Western theme name of his grandsire, Jackson.
202004UmatillaFMorganaJohnston4/28/2020Umatilla bears a striking resemblance to her paternal grandmother, Cascade. The name was chosen to represent the Washington/Oregon connection to her grandmother's name. Photo by Brittny Budde
202005UkiahMPilarHamlet5/10/20The name 'Ukiah' has Native American origins meaning "deep valley." This goes well with Pilar as the mare's name means "pillar." These two names represent their Pryor home with the rock and tree pillars of the upper Sykes Ridge area and the deep valley of Big Coulee. Photo by Dennis McCollough
202006UshaFMorning ReverieUnknown5/10/2020Usha means "dawn." It is the perfect name for the look-alike daughter of the mare, Morning Reverie.
202007UdallMQuintanaOkomi5/10/20It was important to name a foal after Stuart L. Udall, the Secretary of the Interior, who established the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range as the first public horse range in the United States back in 1968.
202008Ukulele LilFPennJesse James5/15/2020Ukulele Lil was born to the remote band led by Jesse James. The name is just a fun name that matches well with the Western theme of her sire.
202009UushuwateFNiobraraFools Crow5/31/20The name, Uushuwate, means "Arrowhead" in the Crow language. The name connects well with the Native American names of Fools Crow, Niobrara, and Thunderbird. Photo by Dennis McCollough
202010Ultra BlueMLa BravaIrial7/8/2020This little one was born into a world of "blue." His sire, Irial, also known as Indigo Kid, is a beautiful blue roan. The foal's brother, Trooper, shares that color pattern. In addition, his grandmother is Blue Sioux, a legendary blue roan mare.
202011Uno CaballoMHailstorm/ShadowKillian/Echo7/11/2020It was exciting when this foal was born to the mare, Hailstorm. At the age of 13, it did not appear that the mare would have a foal. She is a strong, protective mother who takes good care of her "one horse"...her Uno Caballo.
202012UtopiaMIcaraJohnston8/11/2020Utopia was the third foal born into Johnston's band during 2020. He was born to the mare Icara. His name means " a place or state where everything is perfect." He has a great home with a great mother, with a strong stallion, and a close-knit band. Things are pretty perfect for this Pryor foal! Photo by Diane Granger
202013UlaFLa NinaOglala8/22/2020La Nina and Oglala's foal was named Ula which has a double meaning. Ula means "Gem of the Sea" which has a great connection to her mother's name. In addition, Ula means "sacred red" which goes along well with her beautiful, bay color. Photo by Terry Nickle Hudspeth
202014UmaFGretaGarcia8/28/2020The newest offspring of Greta and Garcia will carry on the movie star theme with the name "Uma." Uma has the look of her sire, Garcia, and sister, Sophia, with the rich grulla color.
202015UrsulaFKitalphaHickok9/5/2020We watched and waited daily for the birth of Kitalpha's foal. All summer, Lynda Nickle wanted to name a foal, Ursula. This foal was born one day after Lynda's untimely death. In her honor, and to carry on the constellation theme of Kitalpha, Lynda got her wish.
202016UkkoMNorma JeanGarcia10/12/2020In mid-October, Norma Jean gave birth to a beautiful look-alike foal. The colt was named Ukko which is the Finnish god of the sky. This is fitting as the sky is full of stars and the foal's family is full of stars of another type. Photo by Laurie Anne Neuman