Saturday, April 16, 2016
Remington and Russel Are Dead And Gone
.....but the lean, hard, tough horses that they drew and sculpted are still with us.
There are likely less than 3,000 Colonial Spanish horses/Spanish mustangs left in the world. The pure lines have gone extinct in the Old World, even in Spain. These horses descend from many different strains that developed from the earliest horses brought to the New World by the Spanish explorers.
Little Hawk, depicted above, is a Corolla Colonial Spanish Mustang, perhaps the oldest and rarest distinct genetic grouping of American horses. The Corollas teeter on the brink of extinction. We work hard to preserve and promote these historic horses along with several other rare strains of Colonial Spanish horses.
Take a look to our website to learn more about our unique program www.msindianhorses.com
Posted by Steve Edwards