Post by .:Phantom:. on Dec 27, 2010 11:37:54 GMT 8
Name: American Indian Horse
Colours: All colors
Basic History: This horse has a range of historical bloodlines, but many of them have bloodlines going back to Arabians that were imported into Spain. Then, they were bred with Andalusians and Barbs and imported to the Americas. The American Indian Horse Registry created five groups to classify these horse in 1961. Class A horses are ones that have unknown pedigrees. Class AA horses have fifty percent traceable bloodlines to distinct American Indian tribe horses. Class M have modern breed blood like American Quarter Horse and Appaloosa. Class O are horses who follow a particular bloodline tracing back to a specific American Indian Tribe. Class P has only ponies of Indian type.
Habitat: This horse can live anywhere.
Quick Facts: More names for this breed of horse are: Mustangs, cow ponies, buffalo horses, Indian Ponies, cayuse, and Spanish Ponies.