Cayuse, Star Flower, Hills o'Morn Spanish Mustangs, NE Wyo, June 2013 Collection
All horses pictured in this collection are True Spanish Mustangs on the Cayuse, Star Flower and the Hills o'Morn Brislawn Ranches in Northeastern Wyoming. The Brislawn’s began their herd in the 1940’s by acquiring mares from Charlie Williams who brought them from the Crow Indian Reservation west of the Brislawn's ranches, and by bringing wild Spanish Mustang studs to the ranches from the Bookcliff Mountains in eastern Utah. Other stock was acquired from the Monte Holebrook family.
The Brislawn’s domesticated Spanish Mustangs are descendents from the original Spanish Mustangs brought to the New World by the Conquistidors, and are now more pure and truly different from today's "wild mustangs" roaming across the American West. Through the past decades, numerous other horse breeds have been introduced into these these somewhat free roaming herds, diluting their true Spanish Mustang bloodlines.
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