WELCOME TO THE SMR
The Spanish Mustang helped shape the USA as we know it. Descended of the horse of the Conquistadors, Indian buffalo hunters and war ponies, to wild horse of the West, this breed has a rich and illustrious history that forms an important part of our American Heritage. Thanks to a handful of dedicated breeders, who have made it their life's work to preserve these special horses, the breed is still in existence today, albeit on the critical list of rare breeds.
The Spanish Mustang is not to be confused with the BLM mustang!
Upcoming 2014 57th Annual SMR Meeting
June 20-22, 2014 at Fort Robinson State Park in Crawford, Nebraska
The next 57th Annual Meeting will be held June 20-22, 2014 at Fort Robinson State Park in Crawford, Nebraska. The park features 22,000 acres adjacent to an additional 7,000+ acres in the Soldier Creek Wilderness Area providing endless trail riding possibilities.
Fort Robinson State Park has abundant recreational opportunities to keep everyone busy, including Class I kayaking, tubing, fishing, mountain biking, guided structured trail rides on the Fort's horses, an indoor Olympic size swimming pool, tennis courts, jeep and wagon tours, cookouts, and stagecoach or pony rides. There is an activity center with a craft room and nature exhibits. A golf course is nearby in Crawford. For prices and more information, refer to the Fort Robinson Visitor Guide - the latest guide will be available on their web site in early 2014.
Click here to download the complete details about the 57th Annual SMR Meeting, and you can also click here to download a map of Fort Robinson and the quarters reserved for lodging, as well as a Visitor Services Guide for the Park.
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