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Nez Perce Horse

Nez Perce Horse

The Nez Perce Horse – Dreamer Horse Farm

The Nez Perce Horse – Dreamer Horse Farm

Dreamer Horse Farm. The Nez Perce horse breeding program seeks to re-establish the horse culture of the Nez Perce, a tradition of selective breeding of Appaloosa horses and horsemanship that was destroyed in the 19th century.

Dreamer Horse Farm. The Nez Perce horse breeding program seeks to re-establish the horse culture of the Nez Perce, a tradition of selective breeding of Appaloosa horses and horsemanship that was destroyed in the 19th century.

"The Nez Perce Tribe is committed to adhere to the highly selective breeding standard practices and will continue to reestablish the breeding of the Nez Perce Horses as noted by famous explorers, Lewis and Clark. By practicing these standards the Registry desires to encourage the development of a performing horse of beauty and harmony, great endurance, mental and physical balance, and possessing an excellent character."   Peter (Pietre)

"The Nez Perce Tribe is committed to adhere to the highly selective breeding standard practices and will continue to reestablish the breeding of the Nez Perce Horses as noted by famous explorers, Lewis and Clark. By practicing these standards the Registry desires to encourage the development of a performing horse of beauty and harmony, great endurance, mental and physical balance, and possessing an excellent character." Peter (Pietre)

Nez Perce - Eagle and Chino's Golden Eagle (1/2 bro to Eagle)

Nez Perce - Eagle and Chino's Golden Eagle (1/2 bro to Eagle)

Nez Perce. Appaloosa-Teke Golden Globe A, buckskin with blanket - Alania Stud

Nez Perce. Appaloosa-Teke Golden Globe A, buckskin with blanket - Alania Stud

Nez Perce Nimiipu with horses, Washington, Indian Peoples Digital. The original Nez Perce horses were lost after the war. Those horses were more similar to hot blooded Central Asian horses than warmblooded Spanish baroque ones. Maybe due to the many horse types that different settlers brought to the New World. Meriwether Lewis wrote of the Nez Perce in 1805: ''Their horses appear to be an excellent race. Many of them look like fine English coursers and would make a figure in any country.''

Nez Perce Nimiipu with horses, Washington, Indian Peoples Digital. The original Nez Perce horses were lost after the war. Those horses were more similar to hot blooded Central Asian horses than warmblooded Spanish baroque ones. Maybe due to the many horse types that different settlers brought to the New World. Meriwether Lewis wrote of the Nez Perce in 1805: ''Their horses appear to be an excellent race. Many of them look like fine English coursers and would make a figure in any country.''

Nez Perce. Image from Rita Nicholson’s coffee table book “Native Treasure.” Photo courtesy the Horse Club; photo by Rita Nicholson

Nez Perce. Image from Rita Nicholson’s coffee table book “Native Treasure.” Photo courtesy the Horse Club; photo by Rita Nicholson

Nez Perce horse. Picture of Katie Harris with her horse by Erika Larsen.

Nez Perce horse. Picture of Katie Harris with her horse by Erika Larsen.

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