|Image Name||Width x Height||Size|
|SIA2900.jpg||640 x 441||75K|
|SIA2900.jpg||1200 x 827||239K|
|SIA2900.jpg||3504 x 2416||1M|
The stylized horse and rider surrounded by bighorn sheep and dog-like animals is typical of Ute rock art. These petroglyphs were carved sometime between A.D. 1650 and 1850, Today, this rock art panel is important to many Native Americans of this region because it was created by their ancestors.