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3 Palomino Horses for Sale in Utah US

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Dew Drop Palomino Young - Adoption, Rescue

Dew Drop was born in May 2017 and came from a shelter in Nevada. Like all bunnies, he likes to dig, get into things, and run around. Most rabbits do best with a buddy. Our rabbits are no different ... SEE MORE DETAILS found on American Listed

Big Water, UT, United States


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Nyreem Palomino Adult - Adoption, Rescue

Nyreem was born in 2015. Like all bunnies, she likes to dig, get into things, and run around. Most rabbits do best with a buddy. Our rabbits are no different and the majority of them are deeply bon... SEE MORE DETAILS found on American Listed

Big Water, UT, United States


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Dinkles Palomino Young - Adoption, Rescue

Dinkles was born in May 2017 and came from a rescue group in Nevada. Like all bunnies, he likes to dig, get into things, and run around. Most rabbits do best with a buddy. Our rabbits are no differ... SEE MORE DETAILS found on American Listed

Big Water, UT, United States



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Palomino is a coat color in horses, consisting of a gold coat and white mane and tail. Genetically, the palomino color is created by a single allele of a dilution gene called the cream gene working on a "red" (chestnut) base coat. However, most color breed registries that record palomino horses were founded before equine coat color genetics were understood as well as they are today, and hence the standard definition of a palomino is based on the coat color visible to the eye, not the underlying presence of the dilution gene.

Due to their unusual color, palominos stand out in a show ring, and are much sought after as parade horses. They were particularly popular in movies and television during the 1940s and 1950s. One of the most famous palomino horses was Trigger, known as "the smartest horse in movies," the faithful mount of the Hollywood Cowboy star Roy Rogers. Another famous palomino was Mr. Ed (real name Bamboo Harvester) who starred on his own TV show in the 1960s.

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