The origins of Curly is one of the great mysteries in the world of horses. The first found in North America dates from the 1800s, the Dakota, in "Les Contes d'hiver", related to curl stolen by the Indians Sioux Indians crows. Different theories on their migration on the American continent. The curlies, who were excellent accessories for the hunting of bison, were horses that were sacred and revered, were reserved for shamans and sorcerers.
The most prized by them were those who wore the "medicine hat" roan or black spots on the top of the head.
Known as "big red dog" or "Buffalo Pony", name, ostensibly in connection with the buffalo robe. They were courageous and brave horses, they have not changed.
History being what it is now, modernity took over, the Indians have been forgotten and Curly joined the herds of wild horses. More details. Even today, the dominant "Curly" gene comes Curly lines that have reproduced in the wild. Cave drawings made by the Chief Red Cloud in 1881 depicting the Battle of Little Bighorn, features curlies.