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rnrnAbstang horses were created by Michele Brown of Utah in 1990rnby breeding an unrefined feral mustang with an Arabien thoroughbred. ThernArabian horse then gave birth to what is now known as an Abstang.

rnrnBecause this Abstang mixes two bloodlines, theirrncharacteristics vary considerably. Especially being that Mustang horses vary greatlyrnin physical appearance. Abstang horses have a straight profile and roundedrncroup. They are generally a smaller size horse. On average, they are around 14rnhands tall. They come in many different colors.

rnrnAbstang horses are durable, sturdy, sure-footed horse. Theyrnhave a fearless attitude, are spirited, and are tough. They are fit forrnendurance or rough terrain. They are often also used for show and pleasurernriding.

rnrnrnThe International Abstang Registry and Association wasrnformed in 1993 by Michele Brown to draw recognition to the Abstrang as a breed.rnAll the registered Abstangs are the result of Mustang/Arabian crosses. Therernare now over 1500 registered with the IARA. However, as of yet, no twornAbstangers have produced offspring. Therefore, Abstangen can not truly be consideredrna completely seperate breed. rnrn

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