Horses to Color

An original, printable collection of many types of horses; Arabians to Tennessee Walkers, racing horses, to draft horses.

Gypsy cob horse by Stacey Mayer Gypsy horses are strong, compact horses known for their beauty, markings and colors, and family friendly temperaments.


Leopard Appaloosa stallion showing his Nez Perce Tribe's unique heritage of gentleness under saddle, intelligence, and brilliant coat color. A truly unique American horse.

The first time I saw Khemosabi++++ I was just 15 years old. Even today, I can still pick out his grandchildren and great-grandchildren from across an arena.

A big, dark, French Arabian race horse stretched out flat for a last furlong surge.

The Arabian mare and her foal - a lovely site treasured around the world.

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Appaloosa Horses to Color

appaloosa heritage card1vAppaloosas are an enduring legacy from the American West. The Nez Perce Indian tribe developed the Appaloosa horse into a breed not only beautiful, but a well-tempered, set apart from other American breeds by their unusual spotted coats. They're equally successful today as show horses, race horses, and steady trail horses.

The Arabian Horse Pages presented by our SponsorsThe Arabian Horse Pages™ sponsors our free online coloring books of original art created by Stacey Mayer. You are welcome to print and color the pages on your home printer. Thank you to my friends, Donna Sylvestre, and Lisa Robertson, for sharing your Arabian horses with us.

Draft horses drawn by Stacey, to print and color at home. Cyldesdales and Shires will start off the collection.

The chosen mount of many colonialists was the Morgan horse, developed in New England by early patriots.

Many families introduce their children to horses, with a pony to ride. We had ponies for our girls to groom and ride when they were small, and we have many wonderful memories of them.

The more splashy version of the American Quarter Horse.

Sport Horses to Color

Tennessee Walkers are a tall, sturdy horse with a unique, fast walking gait, and slow, rocking chair canter, developed to enjoy long hours in the saddle.