Colonial Spanish Horses
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Colonial Spanish horses were at one point very popular and were prized by Spanish explorers in the fifteenth century. They were brought to America by explorers, and were allowed to roam. Later they became popular in the western states and were cross bred to create a larger animal. However; by the mid-nineteen hundreds, they were thought to be extinct. A man named Robert E. Brislawn developed the Spanish Mustang Registry and the entire breed was saved from that point on.


Currently, there are a few thousand horses registered with the Spanish Mustang registry. Historically, they have been known to have the ability to travel very far and not sustain any health ailments at all, which is quite remarkable. In their native Spain, they are still thought of as extinct animals. Today, they can be found in Texas and in France as well on large ranches. Ranches in Arizona are also building in size on a yearly basis, making the southwest a very appealing place for the Colonial Spanish breed to flourish.  


Colonial Spanish horses are useful for work or as a show animal, but they can a bit challenging to train. Some are stubborn, but if they do become successfully trained while they are young they have an amazing loyalty to their owning family. Very smart, they will not seek out a dangerous situation if not needed.

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