‘Utah’s Sulphur Herd- Mustangs with Colonial Spanish Horse Heritage’ presented by Canyonlands Back Country Horseman of Utah
The Livestock Conservancy designates the third week of May annually to bring recognition to critical and endangered heritage breeds in order: “To protect endangered livestock and poultry breeds from extinction.” Moab Museum will be providing programming to highlight Heritage Breeds that play an important role in the history, present, and future of agriculture in Southeastern Utah. Throughout the week, Moab Museum will be hosting a variety of Heritage Breed owners and operators to give the public to learn more about the history and the future of these unique heritage breeds.
Join us Thursday, May 18, 2023 at 11am and 2pm on the Museum Lawn as we will be joined by Canyonlands Back Country Horseman of Utah members: Stephen Schultz, Naomi Wilson, and Melissa Wardle from as they will be bringing their Heritage Breed Sulphur Herd – Colonial Spanish Horses and presenting Utah’s Sulphur Herd – Mustangs with Colonial Spanish Horse Heritage. This will be an opportunity for guests to see and learn about this historic Heritage Breed found here in Utah that for centuries survived with little to no outside influence high in the remote juniper covered valleys of Utah’s Mountain Home Range. Sulphur Herd horses are believed to be one of the purest herds of Spanish horses left in America.
Museum admission is required to attend. Current Moab Museum Members, admission is always free. To become a member today please visit: https://moabmuseum.org/become-member/