Appaloosas Calendar, Wall, Browntrout
The Nez Perce Indians of the inland Northwest have much to do with the Appaloosa horses we see today. This Indian tribe originally bred the horse to include the temperament, endurance, intelligence and distinctive look it currently embodies. The word "appaloosa" is derived from the Palouse River (located in NW Idaho and SE Washington) which runs through the original Nez Perce territory. The horse was nearly extinct in the late 1800s, but with care and foresight, the breed has been brought back and is now one of the most prized breeds of the world. Appaloosas are most often recognized by their colorful spotted coat patterns. Enjoy the beauty of this enduring breed in this 2006 Appaloosas wall calendar. This 2006 Wall calendar was published by Browntrout.
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