Palomino horses Breed Profile
Origins: The Palomino is not strictly a breed but a color although recognized as a breed in the US. They were taken to the US by Spanish settlers, where some escaped and became mixed with herds of Mustangs. They were later used by the cowboys as saddle horses.
Characteristics: Vary immensely according to the breeding line.
Height: 14 to 16 hands
Color: Shades of golden with cream or almost white mane and tail
Personality: Vary immensely according to the breeding line.
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