Wild Horses in North America are not really wild but feral. Feral animals were, at some point in their history, domesticated animals. While domesticated, they were trained to follow the rules of the society in which they resided. After being freed from the bonds of those rules, the horses adapted to a different culture where priorities were survival and living within the rules of nature, not the arbitrary rules of human society. Perhaps man could learn from the feral horses using only what they need to survive and living in harmony with nature around them.