Ponokomita is the Blackfoot word for Horse. The literal translation of the word is "Elk-Dog", because horses were the size of an Elk and did the work of a Dog (before the horse came, dogs were the only beast of burden for North American Indian people). In fact, the word for horse in many tribal languages translates as "Elk-Dog".
There are several wild horses (feral domesticated horses) on the DNRC property bordering the park and they occasionally get through the fence and onto park property. This evening when I walked out to the parking lot after locking up the visitor's center I found three of them right next to the parking lot. They were completely unconcerned with my presence. I told them they didn't belong there, but they just snorted and shook their heads.
Canon EOS 350D Digital Rebel XT
Tamron 75-300mm lens