Six Indian Horses: Nez Perce
- These horses are associated with the Nez Perce tribe from Idaho.
- Because they are a cross between the old Appaloosa and a Central-Asian horse, they are usually multi-colored with dappled spots.
- Their descendants (the Akhal-Teke) are an extremely hardy breed with metallic-looking coats.
- These lean, strong horses are also good jumpers.
- Being selectively bred made them a popular choice throughout the wild west.
- Nez Perce horses are known for their attitude!