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All 3 of them?

 

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Beautiful picture 🤗

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@IG - Absolutely beautiful!

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Re: Seeing Spots?

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@IG   What kind of horse are they?  Never seen a dalmation colored horse before.

 

 

EDIT:  Never mind.  I did some research.  The dalmation color horses are called Appaloosa.

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The horse is an Appaloosa, the pony is another breed, I think it's from South America.  I need to go look that up!

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Took a sec with my readers, but there are indeed three complete cuties.  Wonder who won?

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@Still Raining 

 

I know! It took me a minute to spot the dog, LOL!

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Absolutely stunning 🥰

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Well, the horse might be an Appaloosa, or it might be a Knabstrupper, or one of several other spotted horse breeds that I had not heard of before!

 

The pony might be a Falabella, technically a Miniature Horse, or it could be a British Spotted Pony, or one of several more spotted ponies that I had not heard of before!

 

The Dalmatian I am sure of, LOL!

 

My old 4-H leader would be having a field day testing her club members on the plethora of new horse breeds to be found these days.  (She bred Arabians, still my favorite breed.)