Description This photo is of a herd of wild Spanish Mustang horses. The lead horse is the stud. His name is 'Caney Mountain Blackjack'. Out of all the horses that have been DNA tested, this stud is the most important horse on the mountain. His blood is the purest tie to the Spanish Mustangs from the 1600's. This is a ongoing collection of photos and artwork created with several herds on wild horses that live up on Caney Mountain and Blackjack Mountain in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma. They are Wild Spanish Mustangs and Choctaw Indian Ponies that have been living on millions of acres of land for many years. They roam free like they were meant to be. Some of these horses are descendants of the original Choctaw Indian Ponies set free after being brougnt to this area on the 'Trail of Tears'. Some of the Wild Mustangs have been DNA and hair follicle tested and are descendants of the first mustangs brought to America by the Spanish Conquistadors in the 1600's. They have some of the purest blood dating back to these original Mustang horses in all the United States. Our photos are an effort to raise public awareness of these magnificent horses. They still exist and roam free. If you have ever seen the movie Hidalgo, these are the horses they are referring to at the end of the movie. I explain more about this in my bio. We are trying our best to help feed them and these photos help us to do that.