The Spanish Mustang almost went extinct during the time of the Great Depression. They are a small and rugged horse, whose origins began with the arrival of the Conquistadors to Central America. Over the next 400 plus years their population grew and expanded to the Native tribes. They made the mounted Native Americans very effective fighters, unable to be caught by the horses of the Calvary Remount Program. Sadly, this little Indian pony went the way of the buffalo and nearly faced extinction. By the 30s they were incredibly hard to find thus inspiring the Brislawn family’s work to preserve the horse
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