Mustang

March 1, 2011 by  
Filed under All Posts, Horses

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Equus caballus

"I often serve as a symbol of the American West!"

Mustangs have run as wild horses in North America for several hundred years,

and still do today!

The American Mustang is descended from the Spanish horses that were brought with the Conquistadors in the 16th Century. At one time over one million Mustangs roamed over most of North and Central America. A hardy animal, the Mustang has survived in the wild for several hundred years.

The Mustang is the embodiment of the spirit and freedom of the early development of the United States. It is often thought of as a symbol of the American West and is considered one of the native American horses… Read More

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