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  Breeds of Livestock - Palomino Horse
Palomino horses are found among the finest bloodlines of breeds; their appeal is international.
PHBA was incorporated in Los Angeles County, California, on June 25, 1941, as a member-owned, non-profit organization for the purpose of registering and improving the breeding of Palomino Horses.
Palomino Horses not registered with the above recognized breed registries are eligible for registration with PHBA if one of the parents is registered with the above recognized breed registries.
www.ansi.okstate.edu /breeds/horses/palomino   (476 words)

  Palomino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Palomino is a coat color in horses, consisting of a gold coat and white or flaxen mane and tail.
Genetically, a palomino is a chestnut horse with one cream gene.
The palomino is not a true breed, however, because palomino does not 'breed true'; A palomino crossed with a palomino may result in a palomino, a chestnut, or a cremello.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Palomino   (395 words)

 Carlos Palomino - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Palomino became a world champion on the night of June 22 of that year at Wembley Arena, when a right hand of his landed on Stracey, who went down and was counted out.
Palomino not only was able to keep in the public's eye as a consequence of this, but he discovered that he enjoyed acting as well, and, because of that, he decided to launch a career as an actor.
Palomino began his comeback on January 10, beating Ismael Diaz by a knockout in round nine.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Carlos_Palomino   (946 words)

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The international organization known as the Palomino Horse Breeders of America (PHBA) was formed in 1941 to collect, record, preserve the purity of blood, and improve the breeding of Palomino horses.
The original concept began in 1938 due to the efforts of numerous dedicated horsemen and horsewomen.
To record and preserve the pedigree of the Palomino Horse while maintaining the integrity of the breeds.
www.palominohba.com   (186 words)

 Palomino de Castro y Velasco, Acislo Antonio on Encyclopedia.com
PALOMINO HORSE [palomino horse] American light horse that, contrary to popular opinion, is not a breed but a color type.
The palomino is a characteristic golden, creamy tan, with an almost white mane and tail.
Palominos were probably first selected for their beautiful color in Spain.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/p1/palomino.asp   (176 words)

The striking, golden coat color known as palomino occurs in very early artifacts of Europe and Asia and is also prominent in Japanese and Chinese art prior to the Ch'in period (221-206BC).
The Spaniards introduced the palomino color to America in the horses they brought with them, and it is now found in many American breeds and types.
Palominos are much in demand in Western riding activities and not only as showy "parade" horses.
members.tripod.com /~White_Arabian/palomino.html   (408 words)

 Palomino Morgans
Palominos are the result of one cream gene on a chestnut horse.
Palominos have a white mane and tail, although on very dark palominos, the sooty gene causes dark, silvery gray hairs to appear in the mane and tail.
The palomino fillies to the right of him are his daughters, one of which is from a chestnut mare, proving that their sire is indeed a palomino.
colormorgans.tripod.com /palomino.htm   (1086 words)

 Palomino: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Palomino is a coat color in horse horse quick summary:
The Palomino is also a breed of horse horse quick summary:
The coat color of the Palomino is golden, EHandler: no quick summary.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/p/pa/palomino.htm   (967 words)

 Ernie Palomino   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ernesto Ramirez Palomino, born December 21, 1933, is a Chicano artist, educator, and community activist.
Palomino was born in Fresno, California and continues to live in the San Joaquin Valley area.
Palomino's artistic media have included masks, drawings, 'found-object' sculpture, ceramic mosaics, body art, easel and mural painting, as well as the production of a book and a film.
www.chilipie.com /palomino   (131 words)

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