P.O. Box 249, 314 Dick St., Palmer, TX 75152

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Each Paint Horse has a particular combination of white and any color of the equine spectrum: black, bay, brown, chestnut, dun, grullo, sorrel, palomino, buckskin, gray or roan.  Markings can be any shape or size, and located virtually anywhere on the Paint's body.  Although Paints come in a variety of colors with different markings, there are only three specific coat patterns: overo, tobiano and tovero.  These colors, markings and patterns, combined with stock-type conformation, athletic ability and agreeable disposition, make the American Paint Horse an investment in quality.

Serious Paint Horse Breeders and even beginners in the color horse industry are excited about the enthusiasm and spectacular value in Black and White color in recent years. To accommodate that interest, Witt's End Ranch purchased a Black & White Homozygous Stallion to guarantee production of beautiful first quality show and performance foals out of power pedigree mares.  We have colored foals and 50% are Black & White and 50 % are tri-color, one Black & White is out of a Bay Quarter Mare.

We are looking for quality bred black mares to add to our program. Producing beautiful color foals is exciting and popular, but only if the package guarantees an animal with a willing disposition and a wide range of athletic potential and versatility.

All mares are guaranteed in foal at the time of purchase and of course a colored foal.

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