Mustangs needs help
with the mustangs there more needed then they seem
Many Indian tribes “liberated” horses and brought them further into North America. As America evolved, horses from Europe were imported, and offspring accompanied the settlers moving west. Wild horse bands formed from escaped or abandoned horses.
when mustangs stallions fight they are most likely fighting it is because they want to see who owns the heard like the king of the heard
here these mustangs are moving to a spot were they are safe from there predators
this here is one example of a predator of a mustang
Mustang have no overall characteristics because different breeds of horses have contributed to the development of wild horses in various areas. Draft horses were popular in certain areas among settlers, and hot-blooded horses were more popular in others. Some are large and full-bodied, while others are smaller and daintier in appearance. The abundance of or lack of forage also helps determine size. Horses range from 13 to 16 hands high and are all colors, including black, bay, dun, palomino, gray and spotted.