"The enchanted land, where Spaniards introduced the horse and ranching traditions go back four centuries. In this great Southwestern melting pot, huge cattle spreads dominate the landscape."
Four hundred years ago, the Spaniards introduced el caballo — the horse — to the American Southwest. This notable creature changed the vast land. He gave the Native Americans power and mobility. He provided the underpinnings for a great ranching culture.
Along with the horse, the Spaniards brought branding and ranching techniques still practiced on the great spreads of New Mexico — the Bell, the Pecos, the Conchas, San Cristobal and the Sanchez Ranch. It's here in New Mexico where Spanish, Indian and Anglo came together, each preserving their own traditions, but forging a colorful culture unique to Tierra Encantado — the enchanted land.
"From Spain, to Mexico, to the far corners of the West, discover the legacy left for the cowboy in this highly acclaimed series."
- J&S Productions
- DVD Video
- 96 Minutes