Pinto Stallion

Pintos are speckled in brown and white. Pintos are piebald horses, known especially as "Indians" and Western horses.

Horses Edit

Stallion: 13616 Edit

Size:  16 × 4 × 10.5 cm (W/D/H)

This Stallion became a collectible at the end of 2015, featured on the 2015 collector's poster on Schleich's website.

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Stallion: 13794 Edit

This stallion is still available.

Mare: 13795

This mare is still available.

Yearling: 13695 Edit

Size:  11 × 3.5 × 9.5 cm (W/D/H)

Pinto Mare 2016

This Yearling became a collectible at the end of 2016, featured on the 2016 collector's poster on Schleich's website.

Foal: 13803 Edit

This Foal was newly released in January 2016.

Binomial name Edit

Equus ferus

Conservations status Edit

Domesticated [do]

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Biology Edit

Pinto Yearling
Included in ancient Egyptian art are images of spotted horses. Part of any breed, Pintos are easily recognized by their patches of white. Usually either piebald or skewbald, these horses have hair but are characterized by their coloring. Piebald refers to a black and white spotting pattern while skewbald is the term for white and chestnut or bay patches. Popular in the United States, Pintos are strictly scrutinized by color, pattern, and other visual aspects. “Pinto” is Spanish, meaning “painted”. Pintos have unique, beautiful fur drawings that give the horses more personality. Nevertheless, the Pintos do not form a separate breed. They are a colour breed, which is found in almost all breeds. The coat patterns are different in "Overo" and "Tobiano". Overos have a coloured coat with white piebald. Their head is often completely white. It's a so-called "lantern". Tobianos on the other hand, have a white coat with coloured piebald. Legs and back remain mostly white.
Pinto Foal 2016

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