Explore Appaloosa Horses, Colors, and more!

This beautiful creature reminds me of Canelo. A joyful blind horse I would ride during my summers in Mexico.

Woud it be like ancient King Rustam's horse Rakhsh? The color of Rakhsh is described as "rose leaves that have been scattered upon a saffron ground"

Black appaloosa

Sugarbush Harley's Classic O, standing at stud in Waxahachie, TX. Very rare draft horse breed

Wow. Ghost horse. I'd have to call him phantom.

a palomino or appaloosa? Not quite sure, but one heck of a gorgeous animal. This is a Liver-Chestnut Paint and Remarkably Beautiful. It's actually a bay paint.

Talking About Neat Looking Appaloosas.... tested for the tobiano gene, not there....100% Appy!  Amazing!!!!

Interesting Appaloosa pattern (right side) - photo by Eastowest (Laura Lyon)…

pintaloosa - the combination of Appaloosa and Pinto spotting patterns on the same horse. This combination is rare, but does occur from time to time.

About: he is a fighter and is very brave, he was bullied from his coloring, he can be wary at first but will shine quickly and is very loyal to his friends and his mate if he had one. He loves adventure. No mate

SHOWLINE ROMEO --STUD FOR THE TIGER HORSE BREED --Tiger horses are gaited, spotted horses with a coat color much like the Appaloosa. The tiger horse can exhibit various ambling gaits including various lateral gaits called the "glider gait" or Indian shuffle, stepping pace, and running walk, as well as the diagonal fox trot. Registered horses must exhibit gaits without artificial aids and while flat-shod.

The Appaloosa Patterned Gaited Horse (APGH). Tiger Horse (Can exhibit various ambling gaits, and has a coat pattern much like an Appaloosa)

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