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Rocky Mountain Horses were developed in the 1800's in the Kentucky,rnUS. Rocky Mountain horses have a brown shaded coat with lots of shine to theirrnframes, making them simple to recognize. They are  a very stable-yet-surefooted horse with arnunique four feet gait and a long bushy tail. Many farmers found great joy inrnowning one or two Rocky Mountain Horses so that they could easily utilize theirrnstrength for pulling plows and helping on the farm. One gentleman inrnparticular, Sam Tuttle, is noted for his Old Tobe, which was a stallion thatrnwent on to become quite the champion for the southwest. Once the word got outrnthat they could be used for climbing the mountain sides with ease and as farmrnhands, their popularity rapidly increased. They are currently still a popularrnbreed all over the United States.rnrn rnrn 

rnrnRocky Mountain Horses stands at around fifteen hands tall.rnThey have a beautiful look to them with features such as sloping shoulders,rnneat ears, strong quarters, and thin-but-powerful legs. Their eyes have anrnuncommon look when compared to other horse breeds. 

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