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RU Pardner, RU Sebastian, RU Shivna, & RU Prodigal Son with a friend on the western plains
Photos by Victoria Hanke.


What do mustangs look like?


Mustangs, because they are a conglomeration of many breeds, vary widely in appearance.  Colors run the spectrum: from bay and chestnut to buckskin and roan and paint. They are typically small, maturing between 13 and 15 hands.

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