Almost every breed comes in "blonde" and black. Have you ever ridden before? I don't reccomend you buying a horse without experience. Way too many people get in over their head and get hurt because they think it's easy to own/ride/train a horse. And yes, you will even be training a well-broke trail horse, because every thing you do around a horse is either training or untraining them. Are you financially prepared? Tack, vet, feed, farrier, equine dentist, trainer? Buying a horse is the least expensive part of horse ownership. Also, a horse doesn't need to be alone. Can you afford another horse or donkey/mule? Horses are companion animals and need another animal. As a final note, DO NOT buy a horse based on breed or color. Buy based on temperment and training. Who cares if you have a pretty palomino while it's crowhopping and bucking you off? Don't just jump into horse ownership. It's a big deal and should be treated like one. Good luck.
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