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Horsin’ Around

by Roger Thompson
Fort Collins, Colo.

I am a fan of the writer Don Coldsmith, who has written the Spanish Bit Saga series about the first American citizens of this great country, we call the United States of America. He goes into detail, in story type information about the Native American Indians. I don’t know how many times I’ve read most of the series and I am in the process of rereading them. However, the book that caught my attention at this time was the introduction by David Dary in the third book.

“Although wild horses were indigenous to North America, for some unknown reason the animal disappeared about 15 thousand years ago. The Spanish brought the horse back to the western hemisphere late in the 15th century. Hernan Cortes took them to what is now Mexico in 1519, and other Spanish explorers, including De Soto and Coronado, rode horses on their expeditions. There truth to the legend that these horses were lost and survived to reproduce was never given in reports.

I am a fan of the writer Don Coldsmith, who has written the Spanish Bit Saga series about the first American citizens of this great country, we call the United States of America. He goes into detail, in story type information about the Native American Indians. I don’t know how many times I’ve read most of the series and I am in the process of rereading them. However, the book that caught my attention at this time was the introduction by David Dary in the third book.

“Although wild horses were indigenous to North America, for some unknown reason the animal disappeared about 15 thousand years ago. The Spanish brought the horse back to the western hemisphere late in the 15th century. Hernan Cortes took them to what is now Mexico in 1519, and other Spanish explorers, including De Soto and Coronado, rode horses on their expeditions. There truth to the legend that these horses were lost and survived to reproduce was never given in reports.

I am a fan of the writer Don Coldsmith, who has written the Spanish Bit Saga series about the first American citizens of this great country, we call the United States of America. He goes into detail, in story type information about the Native American Indians. I don’t know how many times I’ve read most of the series and I am in the process of rereading them. However, the book that caught my attention at this time was the introduction by David Dary in the third book.

“Although wild horses were indigenous to North America, for some unknown reason the animal disappeared about 15 thousand years ago. The Spanish brought the horse back to the western hemisphere late in the 15th century. Hernan Cortes took them to what is now Mexico in 1519, and other Spanish explorers, including De Soto and Coronado, rode horses on their expeditions. There truth to the legend that these horses were lost and survived to reproduce was never given in reports.

I am a fan of the writer Don Coldsmith, who has written the Spanish Bit Saga series about the first American citizens of this great country, we call the United States of America. He goes into detail, in story type information about the Native American Indians. I don’t know how many times I’ve read most of the series and I am in the process of rereading them. However, the book that caught my attention at this time was the introduction by David Dary in the third book.

“Although wild horses were indigenous to North America, for some unknown reason the animal disappeared about 15 thousand years ago. The Spanish brought the horse back to the western hemisphere late in the 15th century. Hernan Cortes took them to what is now Mexico in 1519, and other Spanish explorers, including De Soto and Coronado, rode horses on their expeditions. There truth to the legend that these horses were lost and survived to reproduce was never given in reports.


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