Thoroughbred horses race on tracks all across America, and around the world. Widely considered the greatest athletes in sport,
Andalusian horses' bloodlines are recorded in one of Europe's oldest royal studbooks. Raised in small groups by royalty and wealthy merchants, the breed was devastated between the two wars. Now regaining appreciation from dressage riders, the beautiful Andalusian horse is proving its worth to new generations.
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Print on your home printer to use with colored pencils, crayons, or paint with your favorite watercolors at home. Each one is an original drawing by Stacey, the coloring pages artist.
AWhiteHorse.com™ started with The Arabian Horse Pages in 1996, the online coloring pages then expanded to feature several other favorite animals to color or paint at home.
Favorite animals drawn by Stacey Mayer chosen from around the world to print and color at home. Follow the first colored image to open the coloring pages for each animal.
Aquariums can bring colorful fishes to a child's room, we have drawn a few of our aquatic favorites to print and color at home.
Fantasy animals from mythology and childhood stories include dragons, hippocampus, pegasus, unicorms, and every other fantastic legendary beast from fairy tales and poetry. We love them all.
Stacey's beautiful drawings of horses are brought together to print and color at home. Beginning with Arabian horses, Stacey's drawings share breeds of American favorites like Appaloosas, AQHA, Morgans, American Saddlebreds, Miniatures, Paints, or Pintos, and Tennessee Walkers. She also includes the finest European horses, such as Andalusians, Friesians, Gypsy horses, and Warmbloods.
Arabian horses excell as riding companions, while being competitive as endurance horses or sport horses, in hunter jumper classes or western reining classes.
Andalusians are a distinct breed especially favored by dressage riders all around the world.
The American Appaloosa delights with it's spotted coat patterns, and as a steady, all-round riding horse first developed by the Nez Perce Nation.
Stacey's black Friesian silhouette is used for the official logo (see above) of the International Friesian Show Horse Association. Stacey was inspired by the magnificent *Tjeerd, one of the first Friesian stallions imported into the Pacific Northwest.
Gypsy Horses appear in every color and color pattern known to horses. They are exceptionally good tempered horses with an honest work ethic.
Miniature horses come in so many colors and patterns - show us your favorites! "Jojo" was a beautiful silver dapple miniature. That's one of my favorite miniature horse coat colors!
Warmbloods often trace to selected local mares crossed with imported Arabian or Thoroughbred sires to create a larger, taller frame for optimum athletic performance potential.
Fossil remains of prehistoric animals are found all over the world. From mammoths to dinosaurs, these ancient creatures are fascinating. Create your own colors, textures, and surface patterns.
Stacey Mayer's Free Online Coloring Books since 1996. Thank you for your support! ©1996- 2022 AWhiteHorse.com™
A collection of blog posts about my art projects, new coloring book activities, images, and products.
Stacey Mayer original designs for sale as art prints, tote bags, face masks, tee shirts, and more.
Almost twenty years ago, I created these printable bookmarks sized to fit onto a 8.5 by 11 standard printer paper. Here they are again, for you to print and enjoy.
The enduring study of genealogy explores the bloodlines, history, and origin of our favorite horse breeds. These blank pedigree forms will print on regular paper or parchment, for your ongoing pedigree research, or display. You may need to play with your printer settings, "0 margins", fit to page, etc., in order to print correctly on one page.
Sponsors of AWhitehorse.com enable us to spend more time creating original coloring pages for everyone to enjoy. "By introducing children to drawing beautiful horses and favorite animals, we help to create new generations of horse lovers, and encourage young artists for the future, too." - Stacey