Yes actually there is because i have one. I have 68 breyer horses and 7 real horses.
Palomino and pinto are coats. You cannot tell which horse is better just by coats.
A palamino is a golden horse with a white/cream mane and tail and a pinto is a black/brown and white horse
No just like a pinto is not a racehorse. Palomino is a color not a breed though some Quarter horses can be Palomino racehorses. As can Thoroughbreds.
That would be a pinto, which is the Spanishword for "paint".A horse with a golden body and white mane and tail is Palomino in color, not pinto. Pinto is a pattern.
A palomino horse is golden colored with a white mane and tail and a paint/pinto horse is any color with one of the white spotting patterns, Tobiano, Overo or Sabino.
It depends on the genes of each horse. I would personaly say a white,pinto, paint, roan, palomino, or bay horse. Ther are right in saying it depend on the genes. Gray tends to be dominant over Palomino though.
Yes. In Bain Bridge Island there are streets named after horse colors like palomino, pinto, and sorrel.
Pinto is a color pattern, not a "breed". So pinto horses can range from the smallest mini to the biggest draft sized horse (20 plus hands).
Caspian By SugarJumper on Palomino server =) Checked by DawnFire- Grey and Pinto
the pinto is an American horse like the mustang and palomino. im not to sure about when it came around but it might have been around the 1500s!! you might want to do some more research on that one
Pinto horses range from miniature horse size to nearly the size of the largest draft breeds. In addition to the above answer, Pinto is a type of marking/coloration and does not affect a horses size, therefore a pinto can be any size.
That would be the Gypsy horse also called a Tinker horse depending on geography and the type of people. The gypsy is a cross between pinto marked horses and draft horses. A Gypsy horse is just a pinto draft horse with lots of feathering and thick manes and tails.
A model riding horse is usually a temperamental family type of horse. A paint, pinto, palomino etc is usually good but you should always learn about a horses personality before riding it.
There is 10 different servers on horse isle.PalominoCremelloBrownChestnutGreyRoanBayDunPintoWhite (which you must subscribe to that server to play)GeorgiaRosePalomino server
Well, there really is an endless list, but here are a few: Daisy (palomino pinto) Star (any color of horse with a star) Jasmine (probably a bay) Delilah (bay or black) Princess Penelope (any color) Ladie Sadie (silver dapple) Midnight Belle (black or black pinto) Golden Secret (palomino)
A paint horse is a breed and a pinto horse is a color.If you want to know what to call a pinto horse that is a paint, Pinto Paint!!
American saddlebred, American Shetland, Appaloosa, assateague, chincoteague, Missouri foxtrotter, Morgan, mustang, palomino, pinto, Pony of the Americas (POA), quarter horse, rocky mountain horse, Tennessee walking horse.
bay, gray, dapple gray, palomino, blue roan, red roan, pinto/paint, appaloosa, black, grulla, chestnut, sorrel, brown
there are about 267 breeds in the worldAnswerTher are hundreds of horse breeds all over the world - some American breeds, however, are classed as a breed in America and a colour everywhere else, such as the Palomino and Pinto.
I believe pinto comes from the word ''pintar'' in Spanish which means painting/paint.The horse itself looking like its been painted is probably why the pinto horse is called pinto.
The average life span of a Pinto horse is 20 to 25 years. A Pinto horse is a horse that has large patches of white and any other colors mixed on it.
....... you dont need a special saddle for a pinto. you just use any saddle that fits.....
Well pinto is actually the markings on the horse and not a 'real' breed any breed of horse can have pinto markings. But any pinto colored horse could be used for any activity involving horses.
A pinto is actually just a color and not a breed. Pintos can be ponies and horses, everything from a miniature horse to a draft and lots of breeds in between. Therefore, its impossible to give you the general temperament of a pinto. The temperament of any horse (or pony) is going to depend on a lot of factors, including breed, gender, age, health, how the horse has been raised and treated by humans and how much or how little training the horse has received. Pintos are certainly gorgeous! A little time and effort spent shopping around can get you a beautiful pinto AND a great temperament!