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Mustang Horse Breed Profile
The Mustang is a feral horse found in the western United States, originally from Spanish horses but mixed with other breeds over the decades. The name Mustang comes from the Spanish word meste?o or monstenco meaning wild or stray. From a one-time high of over 2 million, there are now thought to be around 30,000 wild Mustangs in the United States.
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Origins: The Mustang Pony is native to North America, descended from Arabian and Barb horses of the Spanish settlers and was later crossed with larger breeds to create working horses such as the Quarter Horse, Appaloosa, Pinto and Palomino.
Characteristics: Light build, hard legs and feet. Good stamina
Height: 14 to 15 hands
Color: Any Color
Personality: Courageous, independent and uncertain temper
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