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Marjorie Dixon, with a Spanish colonial horse and foal on her St. David ranch, is one of the enthusiasts pushing to have the breed named Arizona’s official state horse. The breed’s history dates back to the days when Father Eusebio Kino and other Spaniards ventured into what became Arizona.

If bill passes, the colonial Spanish horse would join a list of state emblems that includes an official fossil (petrified wood), amphibian (tree frog) and neckwear (bola tie). Read more» 1