If you think you've seen a Registered Spanish Mustang, you probably haven't.
Most people confuse various strains of BLM (bureau of land management) horses.... also called mustangs.... with the original bloodstock of spanish origin.
Registered Spanish Mustang genetics are unique to North America,.
Spanish horses - and Spanish livestock, as a whole - are notorious for the ability to produce quality hybrids. The double edge of this quality has, unfortunately, lead to the loss of purebred Spanish stock, as most blood has been crossed out of existence. Today, we continue to lose numbers, not because of the lacking quality of Registered Spanish Mustangs, but because of lacking awareness of their continued reliability and existence.
Our Registered Spanish Mustang, Jefe, pictured above, exhibits a handy, quiet temperament, with exceptional trainability. Standing 14'1, Jefe is sure-footed, agile, and light in carriage. For serious disciples of dressage, his collected movement is ideal when considering the classical arena. Registered Spanish Mustangs also make enviable jumpers and excel in the competitive world of endurance.
We bred Jefe to our Registered Spanish Mustang mares in 2018. Each colt is turning out as nice as the next! We will continue to share updates on Jefe and his offspring as they grow.
2019 red roan colt, Jefe X Tequila Moon, SMR pending
2019 Blood Bay dun roan, Jefe X Blue Misty, SMR pending
2019 Dun colt, Jefe X Cheyenne Yellow Moon, SMR pending
2019 Buckskin dun roan colt, Jefe X Fox's Moonbeam, SMR pending