We discovered this gentle creature in Williams Lake, British Columbia on a First Nations ranch and just had to share him with you. This stallion is a descendant of the first Spanish Mustang War-Horses that arrived in North America via the Spanish explorer Cortes, in 1519. One of the famous 16 war-horses in that party was a highly coloured paint with a spotted belly. It was bred with Native American Mustangs to create the Paint Horse bloodline. A beautiful breed of highly-contrasted colours and markings much favoured by the talented Commanche plains horsemen. This version of the Paint Horse image is entitled "Love is..." and is offered as the perfect gift for any horse-lover.
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