Horse coloring page

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Horse coloring page of one of the wild horses at Shackleford Banks in North Carolina. Shackleford Banks is known for the feral horses that roam there. The National Park Service closely monitors and studies these “Banker horses”. They provided a glimpse into how horses lived in the wild before their domestication. Although how the horses arrived is still a mystery, legend has it that these horses are descendants of Spanish Mustangs that survived a shipwreck. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Horse Coloring Page

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Free & printable coloring page of a running horse. The common horse is the species Equus caballus. It was domesticated from wild horses by humans at least 5000 years ago. They gallop up to 30 miles an hour. Horses are also known as amazing jumpers and racers. A male horse is a stallion, and a female horse is a mare. The general term for a young horse is foal. A young female horse is a filly, and a young male horse is a colt. (Source: Wikipedia)

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Horse coloring page

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This is a free printable coloring page of a horse named Denver, watching over a fence, looking at the camera.

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Horse coloring page

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The Andalusian horse in this printable coloring page is moving from left to right. Perhaps you know it already, but Andalusians are white horses. But not here, duuuuh! So get your colored pencils and let’s get wild. Have you ever seen a purple horse?

Some rights reserved (Creative Commons). This coloring page is created by Frank De Kleine. Original photo by Wenni.

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