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Re: [RC] Arabs/ Mustangs/Hidalgo - Lif Strand

At 11:58 AM 9/27/2004, Faustina Duffy wrote:
I thought your overall response very well worded and correct, Lif, but I just thought I'd throw in a "lesser Known" tidbit....
While they are legally referred to as "Trespass Horses" instead of mustangs, there are estimated to be between 600-1000 wild horses running through Fort Polk, LA

There are other wild horses (or feral, or trespass horses) in other areas of the country, but they aren't considered mustangs I don't think. The Chincotegue ponies, for example. And your Southern horses, too. Mustangs or not, wild or trespass, horse or pony, it's just logic that no "wild" horse of any type can grow up in *all* climates and terrains.

What type of horses are the Trespass Horses, by the way?

   Lif Strand      fasterhorses.com
           Quemado NM USA
High Country Rider:  An endurance rider's journal

[RC] Arabs/ Mustangs/Hidalgo, Faustina Duffy