American Mustang


Black Brown Bay Dun Grey Pinto Roan Cremello Palomino Chestnut


Breed Released: Original Breed - Art Redone September 4, 2007
Found On: Grass
The Mustang is the wild horse of the North American west left by the Spanish in the late 1600's. The Native Americans began using the horse as their main mode of transportation and would often steal the horses from the Spaniards. At one point there were around 2 million wild horses. The breed is very hardy and clever which helps them adapt well to their environment. They come in a variety of colors and though the average height is around 14 hands, they can range from 13 to 16 hands high.


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