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American Paint Horse

American Paint Horse ##STADE## - coat 35
This horse's origins go back all the way to the Native Indians in America. The American Paint Horse was highly valued by the Native Indians for their strength, beauty and coat. This is a powerful, intelligent and gentle horse.


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American Paint Horse ##STADE## - coat 1000000163

 Grade: (2 votes)
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 0 horses have this coat.
American Paint Horse ##STADE## - coat 1000000160

 Grade: (6 votes)
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 2 horses have this coat.
American Paint Horse ##STADE## - coat 1000000138

 Grade: (19 votes)
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 7 horses have this coat.