Kiger Mustangs Horses for Sale (6)
Kiger Mustangs were developed in Oregon, USA in 1977. Most of the modern Kiger Mustangs trace their bloodlines to a stallion named “Mesteno” (which means “unclaimed horse” in Spanish. They are multi-talented, good-natured, and hard-working horses. The numbers of Kiger Mustangs are declining, so they are currently under the protection of the Bureau Of Land Management. Kigers are considered to be the best herds of mustangs in the state of Oregon. This breed was even proposed to become the state horse of Oregon in 2001, but the proposal was declined. Kiger Mustangs stand about 14 – 15.2 hands high and come in gray, black, dun and grullo colors. Their ancestor was the Iberian horse, so they have a typical convex head, an arched neck, and a straight profile. Kiger Mustangs are also known for long manes and tails. They have tough hoofs and sound feet. These are perfect horses for riding in the hilly and rocky areas. You can take a look at a few Kiger Mustang horses, which are available for sale on this website.