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Oregon Field Guide

Wild Kiger Mustangs

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We travel to Diamond Valley in Southwestern Oregon to capture extremely rare footage of the wild Kigers mustangs, believed to be descendants of the Spanish mustangs. Thought to be extinct for a hundred years, these small, elusive horses were rediscovered in the 1970s. As wild and wary as deer or antelope, these horses live in an isolation that preserves their Spanish bloodline.

First Broadcast: 1992
Producer: Steve Amen

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