Eva Salazar, Kumiai, poses for a picture in San Jose de la Zorra with her brother while holding her young Indian baby.

The mare appears pregnant and the colt looks to be her offspring.
The colt was being broken and didn't want anything to do with having his picture taken.

Indian horses are still very important to the Native American Kumeyaay Indians in this rural mountain Mexican tribal village, Baja CA, Mexico, for breeding, work, transportation, and as a source of pride on their rancheros ranches rancherias.

San Jose de la Zorra Kumeyaay Indigenous Community online documentary, basket makers photos pictures of Kumeyaay basket weavers, basket weaving, overall documentary style photo documentation of the tribal village inhabitants, habitations.

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