Cuban Pinto Horses
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Cuban Pintos (or Pinto Cubano) horses originated from Spanish horses brought to the South America by conquistadors. After the Cuban revolution in 1959 a herd of pinto mares was gathered in the area around Manicaragua, in the Cuban province of Santa Clara, for their genetic improvement. Afterwards on the ranch La Guabina, located in the province Pinar del Rio, their muscular development was improved interbreeding them with Quarter horses and a British pinto horse called Bony.  

They are found in only tobiano and overo. Their average height lies between 1.44 and 1.52 m, their head is proportional to their body with a straight or slightly convex profile and medium sized or small ears. Their neck is quite long and well attached with an abundant mane. Their croup is oblique and should be as high as the withers. Overall they are a compact, medium sized, squared horse with well-defined musculature and a healthy and strong constitution. Its skeleton is strong with well-developed tendons and joints.

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