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The Spanish Barb Horse Association (SBHA), formerly known as the Spanish Barb Breeders Association (SBBA), is dedicated to the preservation, perpetuation and promotion of the critically endangered Spanish Barb Horse. These magnificent horses were first brought to the Americas by the Spanish Explorers.
Today, there are fewer than 2,000 pure Spanish Barb Horses in the United States. The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy considers several strains of the Spanish Barb Horses in "Critical" status.
We need your help in preserving and promoting these horses. We invite you to share our mission by joining us and learning more about the unique traits of the Spanish Barb Horse. Anyone can join you do not have to own a Spanish Barb Horse to be a member. Please join SBHA today and help save the Spanish Barb.
Welcome New SBHA Member Bob Shelley from Mimbres, NM on his Spanish Barb Soldado that he purchased from Heidi Collings.
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Dave Robinson with Alissa and her two boys at the SBHA Annual Meeting at Heidi and Jerry Collins Dripping Springs Ranch in Mule Creek, NM
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