Breeder of kiger mustangs since 2009
Located in Sweden
The original mustang herds descended from horses brought to the new world by the Spanish conquistadors. The Spanish horse was considered the finest warhorse in the world during the 16:th century. It was a result of centuries of superior breeding. Over time horses wandered of from Spanish mission herds and became seat start for the wild herds of the Spanish mustangs that once rolled the American west. Among the wild herds of the American west the Kiger mustang is considered unique, a living genetic treasure. Blood tests done at the University of Kentucky have found genetic markings intact and clearly evident tying the Kiger to the Spanish horses ridden by early Spanish explorers.
Our goal is to preserve the Kiger mustangs and once again introduce this amazing breed in Sweden and the rest of Europe.