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Adopt a Wild Horse

Are you thinking about adopting a wild horse? Here, we tell you how to determine whether a wild horse is right for you, then give you expert adoption guidelines.

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Color Patterns in Paint Horses

Each Paint Horse has a particular combination of white and any color of the equine spectrum: black, bay, brown, chestnut, dun, grulla, sorrel, palomino, buckskin, gray, or roan. Markings can be any shape or size, and located virtually anywhere on the Paint's body.

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Kiger Mustang Horse Breed

Kigers make superb trail mounts, because of their innate self-preservation instinct. Kiger Mustangs surefooted, level headed, and will give you 110 percent every time.

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Bashkir Curly Horse Breed

The Bashkir Curly has a short body coat that feels like crushed velvet. Owners also cherish the breed's calm, gentle temperament, dense bone, tough, round hooves, intelligence, and remarkable memory.

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Azteca Horse Breed

The Azteca Horse is a sublime combination of the Andalusian and the all-American Quarter Horse. The result is an equine breed with unequaled athleticism, heart, and grace.

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Gaited Curly Horse Breed

The sweetness and intelligence of Gaited Curlies is endearing. Discerning riders want a smooth gait and good temperament; the curl and color are like icing on the cake

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Gaited Pony Breed

Ponies have long been appreciated for their intelligence, hardiness, and load-carrying ability. When you add smooth gait to the equation, who can resist the Gaited Pony?

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Colonial Spanish Horse

Colonial Spanish Horses are tough, handsome, beautifully adapted to rugged mountains and high heat. They are also very people-oriented; a real pleasure to be around.

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Mangalarga Marchador Horse Breed

The smooth gait of the Marchadors seems to please riders of both gaited and nongaited horses. But perhaps most of all, we love Marchadors for their intelligence and sweet temperament.

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5 Gaited Crossbreeds

Trail riders enjoy a comfortable ride with the gaited curly horse, gaited mule, gaited pony, tennuvian and walkaloosa horses. Learn how to maximize your on trail experience with these crossbreeds.

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The Mustang

To many, the wild mustang is a symbol of freedom, tenacity, and unbroken spirit. To those who live and work with them, the mustang is so much more.