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    • SONIA M.

      Pinto with Shield - some Native Americans believed that a paint or pinto horse marked such as this, with a shield covering the entire chest of the horse, would protect the horse from enemy fire. Pretty black and white horse.

    • H S

      Black and white hors - Free Computer Wallpapers

    • Roxanne Walker

      love this beautiful hors

    • Sharone N. - zoology

      The [Native] American Indians were willing to pay any price for a horse that had a stain on his chest equal to this, they called shield, convinced that the battle would protect the horse from enemy fire.

    • Patrice Farwell

      Black white \u2665

    • Dori Decker

      ♥ Black and white Paint.

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