Please join us in the celebration of North America's First True Horse, the Colonial Spanish Horse. HOA is a unified registry open to Original Indian Horses, Barbs, Spanish Barbs & Spanish Mustangs. CS type horses from the wild may be registered by inspection. These include (but are not limited to): Sulphur, Kiger, Pryor Mountain, Cerbat, Mt. Taylor and Florida Cracker.
Welcome to the Horse of the America's Online Museum
Information for the museum was collected by Beverley Davis.
Any mistakes or omissions were purely accidental and her responsibility alone.
- Politics of Color-Appaloosa, June 17, 2011
- Charlie Russsell's 'Ghost Horse', June 26, 2011
- Cowboys and Indians: Old Photos, June 26, 2011
- Cowboys and Indians: Old Photos, Page 2 June 26, 2011
- Iberian Origins of New World Horse Breeds
- Horse of the Plains by Frederic Remington
- Zane Grey's Wild Horse Hunters--Short story
- The capture of the great wild stallion, Wildfire
- Medicine Hats: Old Photos
- Mitochondrial DNA and Origins of the Modern Horse
Word Document: Shows which families Colonial Spanish horses belong to
- Timeline: Part One--Spain to America
- Timeline: Part Two--America
- Royal Paintings, Velazquez, Van Dyck and others
- Registries and Associations
- Historical Photos from Colonial Spanish Owners
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Updated on July 6, 2011