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Palomino Horse Breed Photos
 By PonyWriter   •   20th Dec 2013   •   677 views   •   1 comments
Ponybox receives hundreds of member submitted horse photos each week. In addition to our weekly featured graphics, we are going to add a new weekly news post featuring random horse breeds submitted to Ponybox.com. If you own this weeks featured breed, we would love to hear your comments on why you choose this breed and the pros and cons of owning the specific breed type.





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HarleyPeach1  
I love Palomino horses!! My mare has taught me so many things!! Two things with Palominos is they make you stand out in a show ring and are hard to keep clean. Wouldn't trade my Palomino for anything. I also jump a Palomino gelding.
  Dec 21, 2013  •  1,530 views
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