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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — The first time Jack Hatch swung his leg over the back of the mustang Geronimo he realized he was in for a ride.
It was the first time anyone had ever mounted the horse, who had been born in the wild like hundreds of others in the West. He was 4 years old when Hatch picked him out, a little older and hotter than the animals he usually chooses for the stock program at the Blackrock Ranger District of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. But Geronimo was well built, and with a golden coat and long, flowing black mane, he was also a bit of a looker.