Indian Ponies (Book One, Card 29)

Among the toughest American Indian horses, with strong legs and feet, is the Palomino, a distinct, golden colored horse with a white tail and mane. It may have white socks and white star, line or flare on its face but it lacks white spots above knees. The Paint is a black, brown, white and any other colored horse. The Appaloosa is a white horse with black and white or brown and white spots on it, characterized by a colored rump. The Pinto is distinguished by having brown and white spots while the Piebald is characterized by having black and white spots.