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Posted 29 September 2009 - 03:13 PM

The Pintabian is a breed of horse that must be verified as having 99% or more purebred Arabian blood, with a tobiano coat pattern.

Pintabians are bred for their beauty, intelligence, disposition, stamina, and are very versatile. They have a short dished head, that is wide-set between large eyes, long arched neck, short back, level hip, and high tail carriage. The general height range is between 14.2 and 15.2, with a few individuals over or under that height and weight between 900 and 1,100 pounds.

Pintabians are ideal for pleasure, showing, competitive and endurance sports, driving, racing, or just family fun.

Pintabians are a rare breed, so make sure to look for the gold seal with the Pintabian logo on the PHRI registration papers, to verify that the horse you are purchasing is a true Pintabian or check with the Pintabian Horse Registry, Inc. at 218-436-SPOT.

To request a free information packet about Pintabians contact:
The Pintabian Horse Registry
PO Box 360
Karlstad, MN 56732