Edition of 40
24" H x 241/2" W x 11" D


There once was a time in the West when wild horses were as plentiful as buffalo out upon the vast prairie expanse. Some were mustangs, descended from the hot-blooded barbs of Spanish conquistadors other, the progeny of strayed and stolen horses of overland immigrants and early settlers.

Tales are still told and legends about of the stallions that ran wild and free, and of the men who pursued them in and elusive dream. Their spirits are the same.

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