The Spanish Mustang helped shape the USA as we know it. Descended of the horse of the Conquistadors, Indian buffalo hunters and war ponies, to wild horse of the West, this breed has a rich and illustrious history that forms an important part of our American Heritage. Thanks to a handful of dedicated breeders, who have made it their life's work to preserve these special horses, the breed is still in existence today, albeit on the critical list of rare breeds.

The Spanish Mustang is not to be confused with the BLM mustang!

You are invited to the 2015 58th Annual SMR Meeting

The next 58th Annual Meeting will be held in Gladstone, Virginia at the James River State Park at the Horseshoe Campsites June 19-21, 2015. It is being hosted by George and Kathy Schaefer, with help from friends Valerie Carter and Sean McMahan. There is plenty to do at the park including fishing, canoeing, floating with tubes down the river, hiking, swimming in the river, and of course horseback riding. If you are a history buff, historic Appomattox is just a short distance away. Contact Kathy to RSVP at 434-489-2334.

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