Spanish Colonial Horses

Our mission is to spreαd αwαreness regarding the preservation of the Spanish Colonial Horse by providing Matoluta Sanctuary αs α venue for photography, nature, roleplay, animals,and memories.

The Spanish colonial horse. Originally bred by the Spanish approximately 400 years ago, these horses are now facing extinction. They no longer live in Spain, as they were bred by the conquistadors. Later, they became the original horses of the Native Americans. In the 1700’s they were the most popular horse on the continent.The sanctuary hopes to educate visitors about the importance of conserving the homeland of these beautiful horses in present day Oklahoma.

For additional information and activism inquiries, please refer to:http://www.returntofreedom.org

♦ Information founder on http://www.returntofreedom.org is of the licensed and intellectual property of the organization.

Enjoy your visit and feel free to contact me with any questions or inquiries!

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.Spanish Colonial Horses.

-Conserve Spanish Colonial Horses

Information Article: ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1156712

Festival Flyer: flic.kr/p/pwt7Lt

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See Event Schedule & Program Guide :

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjYZoLpBUgrfdFlKUExMVFdpMjJsSmtKeVNHUXZaY1E&usp=drive_web#gid=8

Our mission is to spread awareness regarding the preservation of the Spanish Colonial Horse by providing Matoluta Sanctuary as a venue.

October 12,2014 , We will be avid with our awareness events through various lectures and entertainment.

October 19,2014 – Benefit Event , as well as Racing & Activity

October 26,3014 – Halloween Event & Fun Activities

The Spanish colonial horse..They were originally bred for the use of the conquistadors to settle the ‘new world’ but were not bred by that group. The history of the breeding is lost in antiquity and some scientists say the Spanish Colonial is an entirely separate subspecies while the Spanish Mustang is a mix between the Iberian stock of the 1600’s with the Spanish Colonials which took place during negotiations with the indigenous peoples and the settlers. In population, there are approximately one hundred Spanish colonial horses left in the world. Spanish Mustangs are nearly gone too but they are still in the thousands.

They no longer live in Spain, as they were bred by the conquistadors. Later, they became the original horses of the Native Americans. In the 1700’s they were the most popular horse on the continent.

The sanctuary hopes to educate visitors about the importance of conserving the homeland of these beautiful horses in present day Oklahoma.

We will do lectures detailing our program and providing additional information and activism inquiries, which can be found through : www.returntofreedom.org

♦ Information founder on www.returntofreedom.org is of the licensed and intellectual property of the organization.

-thank you-

Matoluta Sanctuary Team

 

Cc.Ursus Broono

Cc.Mz Marville

 

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  1. They were originally bred FOR the use of the conquistadors to settle the ‘new world’ but were not bred by that group. The history of the breeding is lost in antiquity and some scientists say the Spanish Colonial is an entirely separate subspecies while the Spanish Mustang is a mix between the Iberian stock of the 1600’s with the Spanish Colonials which took place during negotiations with the indigenous peoples and the settlers.

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