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American Indian Horses - American Indian Horse is defined by the American Indian Horse Registry as being from Spanish Barb, Arabian, Mustang, or

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American Indian Horses

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American Indian Horse is defined by the American Indian Horse Registry as being from Spanish Barb, Arabian, Mustang, or Foundation Appaloosa breeds. The American Indian Horse is agile, has good endurance, and can carry loads. They’re also very intelligent with a wild streak that lets them take care of themselves. They have a wide variety of coloration patterns including lilac roan, spotted leopard, overano paint, lightning marks, and stripes on the legs. This American Indian Horse community links together websites providing information on the basic requirements to keep these horses healthy. They will be interesting for everyone from a potential owner to the casual observer just interested in learning more about this horse breed.

 

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