Pinto Foal (13803)
Pinto foals are born with their characteristic piebald coat. Over time, colored patches can develop, but the white areas generally don’t change.
Pintos are often confused with Paint Horses, because they look very similar. However, Paint Horses are a specific breed, while pintos are defined by the appearance of their coat. This means that, in principle, their beautiful coat patterns can appear in any breed. The horses are then referred to as, for example, Arab pintos or Tinker pintos. There are even Pintaloosas – a mix of pinto and Appaloosa. As a rule of thumb: if you don’t know the breed of a piebald horse, you can safely say it’s a pinto. That’s always correct.
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- Great for gifting, this figurine can stand alone or fit into a larger, modular play world.
- As an 85-year-old German toy company, Schleich® is committed to manufacturing realistic toys with the highest standard of quality and safety for years of durable play and collectability. All products and the materials used meet or exceed the strictest applicable national and international toy safety requirements.