Paint horse

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Paint horse

n.
A horse of a breed developed in the western United States, having a compact, muscular body and a coat with patches of white and another color.
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Grandpa Lolo's Navajo Saddle Blanket / La Tilma de Abuelito Lolo" is a beautiful bilingual book that tells a true story about an old New Mexican rancher named Teodoro (Grandpa Lolo) who developed a lasting friendship with Manuelito Yazzie, a Navajo who sold him his favorite pinto horse, Zorrillo, named after a skunk because of his black and white markings.
The cafe's walls are adorned with black-and-white pictures of Peron raising the national flag, riding his Pinto horse and reading a newspaper.
Our name and symbol of the Pinto horse captures the legacy of the southwestern spirit and dates back to the early successes of pioneers in oil and gas exploration.