Pinto Horse

The Pinto was a favorite of buffalo hunters on America‘s Great Plains. Native Americans often rode Pintos as these horses provided camouflage. While other horses may have pinto coloring, the breed Pinto was developed in 1963. The Pinto is an all-around horse and takes part in many equine activities. Pinto is a Spanish word for “painted.”

What does the Pinto look like?

The Pinto is a light horse with irregular color markings. The Pinto breed has a dark background color with patches of white.


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