Wild Horses Personal Checks feature four pictures of beautiful horses in nature, drinking water at a pond and running with their herd. Wild horses usually gather in groups of 3 to 20 horses with a lead stallion and the rest mares and foals. A stallion will drive young colts away from the group at 2 years of age. Most wild horses are actually descended from domestic horses such as the American mustang. Asian nomads first domesticated the horse 2000 BC and horses remained essential to societies until the invention of the engine. Wild Horses Personal Checks are available in single and duplicate check format. Matching address labels and a coordinating checkbook cover are also available.