About the Breed:The Spanish Mustang descends from horses brought by Spanish explorers and colonists to the Americas beginning in the 1500s. Horses were an integral part of Spanish success in the New World, and both domestic and free range stocks spread far and wide. For centuries, Spanish horses were the most common type of horse throughout the Southeast and all of the regions west of the Mississippi. Breed information from the Livestock Conservancy.
Filmed at: The Center for America’s First Horse, Inc.
Located on 70 scenic acres in Johnson, Vermont the Center provides life enriching experiences for all ages and experiences. Their rare Spanish Mustang’s are gifted teachers, that help to foster personal growth through natural horsemanship and equine facilitated learning. Programs include year round Natural Horsemanship education, training, boarding, lessons, Natural Horsemanship for Children programs, summer sessions, on and off site natural horsemanship clinics, educational tours, volunteer opportunities, internships and both public and private events.
The Quest: I am on a quest to ride and document every breed of horse in the world! When complete this will be the largest equine education project of its kind! Saddle up and join me for this epic adventure!
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