a hardy breed of horse developed in western united states and characteristically having a spotted rump
- a hardy strain of seat horse developed in western the united states and characteristically having a spotted rump
variety of ponies popular with Indian tribes in U.S. West, 1849, either from Opelousa in Louisiana or from Palouse Indians, who lived nearby the river of that title in Idaho, whereby it probably is a Nez Perc
Appaloosa [horse breed]
It was an Appaloosa - her favorite breed.