Misty the Mustang

Mustang horses aren’t named after the cars, rather the car is named after the horse (and cars are even measured as horsepower). Mustangs are wild American horses that were brought to America by the Spanish explorers around the 16th century. The name actually means “ownerless beast” when translated from the Spanish word “mustengo.” I think this particular drawing of a Mustang feels beautiful. I thought of a Pegasus, or something powerful and majestic. Even mystical. And so, “Misty” seemed like a good name for this American treasure. Color her with pride!

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