Colonial Spanish Horse
Also called Horse of the Americas the Colonial Spanish Horse is a foundation horse of Iberian type that came from Spain to the Americas. Today they exist primarily in North America under a unified registry open to Original Native horses including Barbs, Spanish Barbs & Spanish Mustangs.
Most of the purest bloodlines were bred and kept by native American tribes over the years and today these strains go by a number of names throughout the US. It’s important to note that not all mustangs in North American are of this particular descent due to a considerable amount of crossbreeding over the years.
Average height 13.2 – 15 hands
Highly athletic & can be gaited
Head has a broad forehead, narrow face and straight or convex profile
Body is deep, but narrow in the front
Tail is low-set
Even tempered with a gentle disposition
Endurance competition mount
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