Native American Horses

In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day on October 12th, we suggest checking out the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian... Always a beautiful, enlightening museum (and website).  They will be hosting a live streaming event on Monday, October 12th, at 1pm Eastern Time.  The event was designed for middle and high school students, but everyone is welcome!  Young Native activists and artists will speak about various topics and it should be a really interesting event.   Here is the link to the event page.

we (as a horse business) are celebrating by recognizing the horse breeds that originated in the Americas.  While it's widely accepted that there are no ancient horse breeds in the Americas, many of these breeds have been companions to Native people for hundreds of years, like the Criollo and Appaloosa.  They were bred from the descendants of horses brought over by Europeans, but were developed locally into distinct breeds that met the needs of the people of a particular area.

Other breeds are newer and were developed from various equine sources, but solidified into unique breeds recognizable today for their special traits, such as the American Saddlebred and Morgan.  Even the tiny Falabella finds a place in the lineup.

This roundup obviously doesn't include models of EVERY American breed, but those we currently have available for you to adopt.


Sale prices will be in effect on October 12th only.
Cannot be combined with any other discounts, including Pony Points.