Jack Hatch has been the stock manager of the Black Rock Ranger District for about 30 years. Hatch is in charge of training and managing the horses used by the rangers. He has trained even the most stubborn of horses and his skills astound some of the most seasoned horse trainers. "Jack to me is probably one of the closest things to a horse whisperer of anybody that I have ever been around," Brian Stout, creator of the Black Rock Ranger District mustang program and previous forest supervisor of Bridger-Teton National Forest, said.

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