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Most breeds are classified according to lineage, but the Palomino is determined by coat color. Their coat is distinguished by its gold color and white mane and tail. Various breeds of horses can be Palominos like Quarter Horses, Thoroughbreds, Standardbreds, American Saddle Horses, Arabians, Morgans and Tennessee Walking Horses. It is difficult to breed Palominos, as they do not regularly perpetuate their coloring genetically. When bred to one another, Palominos produce chestnuts or cremellos as often as they produce a horse of their own color type.
The Palomino is a multi-purpose horse. They are admired for their beauty, versatility, maneuverability, and endurance. They are to be found in ranching, racing, rodeos, pleasure riding, parades, shows, fiestas, jumping, trail rides, and all other equine activities.
The adult height of the Palomino horse is between 14 to 17 hands (56 to 68 inches).
Palomino Horses For Sale In Illinois
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