Famous “Poster Horse” Golden Bronze Palomino!
If you are fond of horses probably already know that Palomino is a coat color in horses, consisting of a gold coat and white mane and tail.
The first Palomino was brought to the United States by Queen Isabella of Spain, who wanted the beautiful golden horse to flourish on the land whose discovery she had funded. Many of these golden Palominos were captured by the Native Americans, who used them for hunting, transportation, and warfare.
This breathtakingly beautiful animal is capable of performing various tasks very well. The most common ones are dressage, general riding, and jumping. With a diverse set of abilities, this breed can accommodate the various needs of horse owners.
The video below shows the five-year-old golden bronze Palomino Tennessee horse stallion named “Diamond Dak” and his daily walking routine. In our opinion, this horse is possibly the most beautifully colored and marked horse that we ever saw.
He’s Gorgeous <3
We are glad to see that he is walking naturally. He is just a treasure and is indeed a great privilege and real pleasure to be around him!
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