Black Mustang Horse

While there is not much known about the background of the
Pryor Mountain Mustang, it is believed they’ve been in the area
from the late 1700s onwards. They are available in various colors ,
including black, bay dun, grulla roam, palomino, and buckskin
typically sporting primitive patterns. Pryor Mountain Mustangs
are between 13 and 14 hands high.

The tough horses are versatileand make ideal mounts for trail
riding or even for showing. The cost of a Mustang horse can
cost an average of $125-$5,000. When you adopt an Mustang
through BLM Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Prices start
with $125 for horses that have trained trainers and at $25 for
non-trained horses.

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