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Spotted Saddle Horse - Overo
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Equus caballus
Family Name:
Equidae
Origin or Range:
United States
Size:
can reach a height of 14 to 16 hands tall.
Weight:
roughly 900 to 1100 lbs.
Compatibility:
Relatively Non-Aggressive
 
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Spotted Saddle Horse - Overo

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Spotted Saddle Horse - Overo Description
  The Overo Spotted Saddle Horse is known for its comfortable ride and beauty. It is a lighter breed that is used for utility, pleasure and for show. They are highly desired as a trail mount due to their easy ride and ability to navigate any obstacle. They have a very docile temperament, are easy and gentle to others. They have a high desire to please their riders, and make a great family pet. In addition to their great personalities, The Overo Spotted Saddle Hors is known to be very strong and to have great stamina, as well as a smooth gait. They are also well known for their sure-footedness, making them an excellent trail horse. They perform in a variety of show events and are best known for their show walk, show gait, and canter. They are also favorites for field trail events. The Overo Spotted Saddle Hourse is of medium size. They have a long sloping hip and shoulders, and a short back. They are best recognized by its beautiful and colorful coat. The Overo pattern is distinguished by a white belly, with white trailing to their abdomens and running along their necks. There is usually never any white on the backs of the Overo Spotted Horse. Their legs will usually have a darker color.  
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