How the Ojibwe Indigenous Horse is Being Saved

American Indian man on pony

A few weeks ago I linked to an article about the presence of the horse here in North America. Yvette Collin, a PhD candidate, did her research on the history and scientific data on the existence of the horse in North America.

The article I share today focuses on the indigenous Lac La Croix Indian pony, also known as the Ojibwe pony. The article discusses the reciprocal relationship with Ojibwe First Nations in the region. The compact and powerful Lac La Croix Indian pony is being bred to bring it back from near extinction.


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