Kiger Mesteno Association

The Kiger Mesteño Association was founded in July 1988 to protect and preserve these remaining wild mustangs and their counterpart in captivity. A registry and standard of perfection have been established for Kiger and half-Kiger horses. With nearly 500 horses registered with the KMA, and growing interest in this exceptional breed, their continued survival is assured.

We are just beginning to realize the true worth of these magnificent horses. Not only are they proving to be extremely suitable in the areas of pleasure and trail riding, performance, endurance, and driving, but in their wild free-roaming state they represent America’s heritage in the flesh.


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