Six Indian Horses: Pinto (Paint)
- Pinto refers to a horse’s color, not its breed, and is defined by a large-patched patterned coat.
- These patches can be white or other colors.
- Pinto is Spanish for painted, dappled or spotted.
- A Tobiano is a white horse with colored patches.
- An Overo is a colored horse with uneven, white markings.
- Pintos that descend from the American Quarter Horse or Thoroughbred breeds are correctly known as Paint Horses.