The Appaloosa

Appaloosa Stallion
The Appaloosa is a horse breed known for its preferred leopard-spotted coat pattern and other distinctive physical characteristics. While there is evidence of leopard-spotted horses dating back to the Paleolithic era in Europe, the Nez Perce people of the American Pacific Northwest developed the American breed. They were once referred to by white settlers as the "Palouse horse", possibly after the Palouse River, which ran through the heart of Nez Perce country. Gradually, the name evolved into "...
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The difference between Paint and Pinto

What is the difference between a Paint and a Pinto? A Paint is a specific breed of horse, bred for the conformation and musculature similar to a Quarter Horse, and also bred for unique coloring. Paint horses aren't always colored, some turn out solid but may still carry the genes needed to have colored offspring. Pinto, on the other hand, is ANY breed of horse exhibiting the colorations below: Tobiano is a dominant color pattern, and is most common. A tobiano generally has four white legs, ...
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About Jenzo Paint and Pinto Stud…

Jenzo Yello Dynamite Jenzo Oasis Jenzo Diplomat Jenzo Cruzing on Deck - Paint stallion Jenzo Paint and Pinto's Our horses are all Registered and DNA tested and were selected for their height, conformation, temperaments and individual colours. Our aim is to breed, agile horses that will excel at all Equestrian Sports.    
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The Quarter Horse

Yello Deck - Sire
The American Quarter Horse earned Its name came from its ability to outdistance other breeds of horses in races of a quarter mile or less. Early Days In the 1600s colonists cross bred their English Thoroughbred’s to “native” horses ( The Chickasaw, Ibreian, Arab and Barb Stock ) The resulting horse was small, hardy and quck and was used as a working horse and as a race horse. The Quarter Horse is the most popular horse in the USA today and has the largest breed registry in the world. Dis...
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