Let’s talk…the Kiger Mustang is, a rare and still endangered breed.  They are the last of the Spanish Mustangs, the horse of the conquistadors, the Iberian stallions once rode by European nobility.  How did they survive unpolluted, in a pure genetic pool, so far from Spain. How did they get there?

The answers are hidden in the Steens Mountains and the  Deserts that surround them; As far from any populated place as you can get in the Lower 48 States. Oregon's remote Steens Mountain, a single gigantic fault block rising nearly 10,000 feet in extreme southeastern Oregon.  Isolated, protected, watched over.  Bred and culled by a harsh task master “Mother Nature” the Kiger Mustang thrived for over three centuries.

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Tax’s. Tax’s, Tax’s, read the information on the, Kiger Mustang, and the new tax codes.
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To ride, a piece of living history, we invite you to look at the Kiger Mustangs of
SpringWater Station.

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