Teotihuacan SMR 2629 is a seal brown Cerbat stallion.
The rare Mustangs of the Cerbat Mountain area of northwestern Arizona are some of the purest descendants of Spanish horses in the United States. Blood testing shows that they carry genetic markers typical of Spanish horses. They are also laterally gaited, with a gait similar to the Paso breeds, but not with such extreme action. Although this one is brown most Cerbat horses are bay and chestnut, with at least 50% also being roan. The dun dilution also occurrs.
Thankyou to Marye Ann Thompson of Apache Trail Ranch, Willcox, Arizona for sharing this lovely photo with us. More of her Cerbat stallions can be seen on the roan page.