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Pintos Mix, Gelding, 4 years, 14.3 hh, Pinto Leisure - Western - Jumping - Dressage
AT-6845
Hohenems
€5,200
~ £4,523 Negotiable
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Pintos Mix, Mare, Foal (04/2024), 14.2 hh, Pinto Leisure
Barefoot
DE-49762
Lathen
€2,200
~ £1,914
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Pintos Mix, Stallion, 2 years, 14.1 hh, Pinto Dressage - Jumping - Leisure
is a companion
suitable as school horse/pony
suitable for therapeutic riding
suitable for beginners
is broken-in
ES-08917
Badalona
€1,900
~ £1,653
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Pintos Mix, Mare, 1 year, 14.2 hh, Pinto Leisure - Baroque - Eventing - Dressage
Green
is allrounder
is capable of carrying weight
is easy to load
Halter accustomed
AT-5303
Thalgau
€4,000
~ £3,479 Negotiable
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Pintos, Mare, 14 years, 15 hh, Pinto Leisure - Western
Reliable for trail riding
is allrounder
is easy to load
vet-check
Stands for the farrier
DE-56317
Linkenbach
€4,900
~ £4,262
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Pintos Mix, Mare, 11 years, 15 hh, Pinto Jumping - Eventing - Leisure - Dressage
suitable as school horse/pony
is worked on the ground
Reliable for trail riding
is allrounder
is easy to load
ES-07760
Menorca
€6,000
~ £5,219 Negotiable
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Pintos Mix, Mare, Foal (05/2024), 15.1 hh, Pinto
F: STANDING OVATION
Leisure
AT-5132
Geretsberg
€2,900
~ £2,523 Negotiable
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Pintos Mix, Gelding, 2 years, 14.2 hh, Pinto
F: BEN HOUR | MF: ETOILE DE LYNX
Leisure - Western allround - Cowhorse - Western
Green
is allrounder
is capable of carrying weight
is easy to load
Halter accustomed
DE-79585
Steinen
€3,500
~ £3,044 Negotiable
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Pintos, Mare, 6 years, 16 hh Leisure - Driving
is broken-in
is lunged
Barefoot
Stands for the farrier
Equine Passport available
DE-46282
Dorsten
€7,450
~ £6,480 Negotiable
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Pintos, Stallion, Foal (03/2024), 14.3 hh, Tobiano-all-colors
F: CRAZY IN LOVE | MF: PAINTED DRAGON
Leisure - Working Equitation - Mating - Dressage
Halter accustomed
Barefoot
Stands for the farrier
Suitable for children
Directly from the breeder
DE-56290
Mörsdorf
price range €2,500 to €5,000
price range ~£2,174 to £4,349
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Pintos Mix, Gelding, 4 years, 14.3 hh, Pinto Leisure - Western - Jumping - Dressage
Frau
AT-6845
Hohenems
€5,200
~ £4,523 Negotiable
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Pintos, Mare, 6 years, 15.1 hh, Pinto Leisure - Western
Ricarda Haas
DE-56317
Linkenbach
€5,900
~ £5,132
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Pintos Mix, Stallion, 2 years, 14.1 hh, Pinto Dressage - Jumping - Leisure
Patricia Garcia Monleón
ES-08917
Badalona
€1,900
~ £1,653
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Pintos Mix, Mare, Foal (05/2024), 15.1 hh, Pinto
F: STANDING OVATION
Leisure
Barbara Schmidhuber
AT-5132
Geretsberg
€2,900
~ £2,523 Negotiable
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Pintos, Gelding, 4 years, 14.3 hh, Tobiano-all-colors
F: AZAR | MF: HAWIN
Leisure - Western
Pferdehandel
DE-86925
Fuchstal
€6,300
~ £5,480
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Pintos, Mare, 14 years, 15 hh, Pinto Leisure - Western
Ricarda Haas
DE-56317
Linkenbach
€4,900
~ £4,262
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Pintos, Mare, 6 years, 16 hh Leisure - Driving
Hubert Winkel
DE-46282
Dorsten
€7,450
~ £6,480 Negotiable
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Pintos, Mare, 11 years, 16.2 hh, Pinto
F: ANTON | MF: RENEGADE
Leisure - Breeding
AT-8431
Gralla
€4,500
~ £3,914
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Pintos Mix, Mare, 1 year, 14.2 hh, Pinto Leisure - Baroque - Eventing - Dressage
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AT-5303
Thalgau
€4,000
~ £3,479 Negotiable
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Pintos, Stallion, Foal (03/2024), 14.3 hh, Tobiano-all-colors
F: CRAZY IN LOVE | MF: PAINTED DRAGON
Leisure - Working Equitation - Mating - Dressage
DE-56290
Mörsdorf
price range €2,500 to €5,000
price range ~£2,174 to £4,349
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Pintos Mix, Gelding, 2 years, 14.3 hh, Pinto
F: BEN HOUR | MF: SILBERSTAR
Leisure - Western allround - Cowhorse - Western
Ingo Simen
DE-79585
Steinen
€3,500
~ £3,044 Negotiable
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Pintos Mix, Gelding, 7 years, 14.2 hh Leisure
AT-6222
Gallzein
€5,000
~ £4,349
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Pintos Mix, Mare, 11 years, 15 hh, Pinto Jumping - Eventing - Leisure - Dressage
Maite Bonet
ES-07760
Menorca
€6,000
~ £5,219 Negotiable
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Pintos, Gelding, 5 years, 15.3 hh, Dun SOCKS 5 Yr old 15.3hh Dun Pinto GeldingTrail - Versatility Ranch Horse - Cowhorse - Leisure
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US-06035
Granby, CT
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Pintos, Gelding, 9 years, 14.1 hh, Pinto Babe 8 Yr old 14.1hh Registered Pinto Horse MareTrail - Versatility Ranch Horse - Western - Leisure
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US-76085
Weatherford
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Pintos Mix, Gelding, 2 years, 14.2 hh, Pinto
F: BEN HOUR | MF: ETOILE DE LYNX
Leisure - Western allround - Cowhorse - Western
Ingo Simen
DE-79585
Steinen
€3,500
~ £3,044 Negotiable
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Pintos, Mare, 7 years, 14.2 hh 5 yr. old 14.2hh PTHA Buckskin overo MareVersatility Ranch Horse - Trail - Western - Leisure
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US-19901
Dover, DE
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Pintos, Gelding, 15 years, 16 hh, Tobiano-all-colors
F: JONNY JUMPER HB1 | MF: MICKEY
Leisure - Working Equitation - Baroque - Western
DE-47839
Krefeld
€5,800
~ £5,045 Negotiable
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Pinto horses are a Spanish word meaning painted, spotted, or coloured. It has been used for centuries to describe horses with coats of two different colours, specifically a combination of white and another colour distributed over the body in an identifiable pattern. Many different breeds of horse can exhibit these patterns, and so there is plenty of choice for anyone wanting to buy a pinto horse or pony. Pinto patterns can also be seen in horses that aren’t registered as any breed. When planning to sell a pinto, it’s important to make it clear whether the horse or pony is registered with a breed society or not. Whatever their status, horses with pinto colouring are always striking and draw lots of attention. The names of the different colour combinations vary between countries and reveal part of the fascinating history of this colour of horse.

Pinto horses are known for their striking and unique coat patterns, which make them stand out in any crowd. These horses are loved by many equestrians for their distinctive appearance and gentle temperament. In this text, we will explore the character, appearance, and history of Pinto horses.

Exterior of Pinto Horses

Pinto horses are characterized by their unique coat patterns, which are a result of the combination of any base coat color and white spotting. These spots can be large or small and can appear in a variety of shapes, including splotches, speckles, and patches. Pinto horses can have a wide range of base coat colors, including black, bay, chestnut, and palomino. The contrast between the base coat and the white spots is what makes Pinto horses so visually striking.

History of Pinto Horses

The history of Pinto horses is somewhat of a mystery, but it is believed that they have been around for thousands of years. The earliest recorded evidence of Pinto horses comes from ancient cave paintings in Europe and Asia, which depict horses with spotted coats. In North America, Pinto horses were highly valued by Native American tribes, who used them for hunting, transportation, and war. Pinto horses also played a significant role in the development of the American West, where they were used as working horses on ranches and as cavalry mounts in the military.

Famous Pinto Horses

Pinto horses, known for their distinctive spotted coat pattern, have been popular throughout history for their unique appearance and versatility. Many famous pinto horses have left their mark on various industries, from the silver screen to the rodeo arena. One of the most well-known pinto horses is Pie, the star of the 1961 Disney film, "One Hundred and One Dalmatians." Pie played the role of the beloved family horse, Captain, and became an instant fan favorite for his colorful coat and charming personality. Another famous pinto horse is Joker B, who made history as the first horse to win the title of World Champion Bullfighter. Owned and trained by bullfighter Leon Coffee, Joker B was known for his bravery and agility in the rodeo arena, where he protected riders from raging bulls. Pinto horses have also made their mark in the competitive horse world. Pinto stallion Cowboy Justice was a decorated show horse, winning numerous titles in the halter and Western pleasure divisions. Another famous pinto, War Paint, became a legendary rodeo horse in the 1930s and 1940s, known for his lightning-fast speed and agility. From Hollywood to the rodeo arena to the show ring, pinto horses have earned a special place in history for their beauty and versatility.

Pinto horses are beloved by many equestrians for their unique coat patterns, gentle disposition, and versatility. Whether you are a trail rider, dressage competitor, or casual equestrian, Pinto horses have something to offer. Their rich history and stunning appearance make them a fascinating and valuable addition to the world of horses.

Use and characteristics of the Pinto

Horses with pinto colouring come in all shapes, sizes and breeds. Whether a horse exhibits pinto colouring is all down to the genes. The distribution of unpigmented (white) patches and pigmented (coloured) patches depends on a specific genetic mutation. In certain rare cases, breeding from two parents with pinto markings can lead to problems, but most pinto coloured horses are healthy and active. In the UK, people who sell a pinto use the terms skewbald (for brown, or chestnut, and white horses) and piebald (for black and white animals). In Britain, the word “coloured”, as in “a coloured cob” is a general term to describe horses with pinto markings of any colour. In the USA, the terms overo, tobiano and tovero are used to describe various forms of coat patterning. “Spotted” or “spotted coloured” are other terms used in America when people are creating descriptions to sell a pinto. However, in Britain and other countries, “spotted” is confined to animals with spots such as Appaloosas and British Spotted horses and ponies.

Origin and history of breeding Pinto horses

Horses with pinto colouring have certainly existed for thousands of years, and anyone choosing to buy a pinto is in very good company! Two of the earliest examples can be seen in the tomb of Menna, who lived in Egypt some 3,300 years ago. They were a very flashy pair of chariot horses with spectacular chestnut and white markings. Persian rulers were clearly fond of the colouring as well, as pinto coloured horses in both black and white and brown and white patterns appear in Persian paintings. The first pinto coloured horses probably arrived in America with the Spanish conquistadors but pintos have gone in and out of fashion over the years. Examples of pinto coloured Lippizaners can be seen in 16th and 17th-century paintings, but then they disappear from history. At other times, people have shown a preference for solid coat colours and have shunned horses with gorgeous pinto colouring. Some cultures, however, such as native Americans and Romany people, have always admired and revered pintos as special animals, sometimes seeing them as symbols of fortune and success.

Pinto horses in equestrianism

Since pinto colouring is found in so many different types of horse, there’s really nothing they can’t do! They have always been a superb choice for displays, films, TV and equestrian shows. The American Paint Horse Association, an international colour breed registry for pinto horses with specified stock horse and Thoroughbred ancestry, has one of the largest followings in the world. It’s proof that thousands of equestrians love quality horses with pinto colouring.

Interior of Pinto Horses

Pinto horses have a diverse range of personalities, as they come from a variety of breeds. However, they are generally known for their friendly and outgoing personalities. They are social animals and enjoy interacting with humans and other horses. They are also known for their intelligence and willingness to learn, making them easy to train for a variety of activities. Pintos are often used in riding sports, such as dressage, jumping, and western riding, as they have a natural athletic ability. They also have a calm and steady temperament, which makes them an excellent choice for novice riders and children.

Exterior of Pinto Horses

Pinto horses have a distinctive coat pattern that is characterized by large patches of white and another color, such as black, chestnut, or bay. The patches can be of any size or shape and are distributed randomly on the horse's body. Pintos can be further classified into two types based on their coat pattern: the Tobiano and the Overo. Tobiano pintos have a predominantly white coat with large, oval-shaped colored patches that usually extend down the horse's neck and back. They also have white legs, and the colored patches are typically evenly distributed on both sides of the horse's body. Overo pintos, on the other hand, have more irregular patches of color that are usually located on the horse's lower body. They often have a white face and legs, and the colored patches tend to be more scattered and asymmetrical.

History of Pinto Horses

The Pinto horse's history is long and complex, as the term "pinto" refers to a coat pattern rather than a specific breed. Pintos can be found in many different breeds, including the American Quarter Horse, Arabian, and Thoroughbred. The Pinto horse has a rich cultural history, as they were often used by Native American tribes for hunting and war. They were also favored by Spanish conquistadors, who introduced them to the Americas. Over time, they became popular in rodeos and other Western riding events, as their striking appearance made them stand out in the arena. Today, Pinto horses are used for a variety of activities, from trail riding to competitive events. They are also popular as pleasure horses and are often kept as pets by horse enthusiasts.

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