Trail of Painted Ponies Pintado Pasado
Spanish for “Painted Past,” “Pintado Pasado” honors the early history of the American Paint Horse that first reached the shores of America in 1519. When the Spanish Conquistadors sailed to the new world they brought different horse breeds with them. A diary kept on one of the voyages describes a horse with “four white stockings” mating with “a dark roan horse with white patches on his side.” They turned out to be the Adam and Eve of the American Paint Horse, a breed that was treasured and believed to be sacred, among Native Americans.
A Standard Edition figurine is an open-numbered casting that comes with a Story Card inside an attractive, laminated box that completes the collectability of every Painted Pony.