Paint vs Pinto – Horse Comparison
Maybe you’ve seen a horse that appears to have a two-colored coat. The horse may have even looked like it had spots from a distance. Then you asked what type of horse that happened to be.
Horses with two-colored coats are commonly called Paints and Pintos. The terms are often used interchangeably. There is, however, a clear difference between these two different horses.
1 – A Paint Horse Is an Actual Breed of Horse
2 – Is It Possible to Have a Solid Paint or Pinto Horse?
3 – What Are the Paint and Pinto Patterns That Are Seen?
4 – I’ve Been Told I Have a Solid Pinto Horse…
5 – Why Are Paint and Pinto Descriptions Used Interchangeably?
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