Saturday, April 14, 2012


White horses have always been regarded by many as spectacular or glamorous, and American Albino also have the advantage of generally being bred for good conformation and temperament. White horses, rather like Palomino horses, have always been associated with glamour and show. In horses, the albino is really a type and not a breed, yet in the U.S. they are regarded as a breed, American Creams, the foundation stallion being Old King, foaled in 1906 and possibly of  Morgan /Arab blood. The breed association is favoring stock of Quarter Horse. Morgan, Thoroughbred, or Arab type and various color combinations of white and cream body coat or mane tail hair, pink or cinnamon colored skin, and blue or dark eyes.

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