This small herd of beautiful paint horses runs wild across the plains in Cynthie Fisher's print Young Bloods.
"Paint horses have a reputation of being one of the hardest working breeds in America. This is why in the old west they were popular with farmers, Native Americans and any one that needed a ride from one area to another. They are very intelligent making them easy to train plus, they're athletic and very strong with muscular hind legs. Other characteristics that describe the paint horse include good weight distribution and a low center of gravity due to their small stature. They're also one of the friendliest breeds you will ever encounter." -- www.painthorses.com
Available in two unframed image size options.