Stallion Superiority - Spanish American Mustangs - John

Stallion Superiority

Young male Spanish Mustangs try to assert superiority on the Cayuse Ranch in Wyoming. Mustangs are highly social and a hierarchy is established when they live in a herd. Families are formed and organized in a harem that consists of a male and several females. Young studs challenge the lead stallion, particularly during mating season. Stallions can battle fiercely for dominance in the herd and to protect their mares, with bachelors waiting for a chance to steal a mare from the lead stallion. Learn more about the 500th anniversary of the return of the horse to North American here: https://buff.ly/2CjJSU2
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