Results for: Appaloosa

What is an appaloosa?

\n. \nAn Appaloosa is a horse standing from 14 -16 hands. They must be spotted or they are BS or no color. All must have molted skin, striped hoofs and white around their eye (MORE)

What does a appaloosa eat?

All horses no matter the breed need to eat the same basic foods. These include hay or grass and possibly limited amounts of supplemental feeds such as grains or pelleted feeds (MORE)

Where do Appaloosas live?

the appaloosa is known to be a very old horse breed and its origin is unknown, but it is most wildly populated in the North western united state, like Oregon and Washington. (MORE)

Why get an appaloosa?

Appaloosa's are very beautiful horses, similar to a pint ( paint horse) They are well known for their patience.

How Appaloosa was named?

Appaloosas were first bred by the Nez Perce Indians. Near where they lived there was a river called the Palouse river. Appaloosas were first called Palouse Horses, then just P (MORE)

How can you get an Appaloosa foal?

The ApHA (the Appaloosa Breed Registry) will accept in it's registry any foal with ApHA, AQUA (Quarter Horse registry) or Jockey Club (Thoroughbred Registry) and is still cons (MORE)

What is the famous Appaloosa?

The Famous Appaloosa is an American breed of horse with leopard complex coloring that causes several unique patterns that have been in existence for a very long time. The Amer (MORE)