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"Lofty, elegantly formed, active and durable;" described explorer Meriwether Lewis in 1806, "in short, many of them look like fine English coursers." The spotted horses of the Nez PercÚ were unlike any he and William Clark had ever seen. Named by the Nez PercÚ after the Palouse River, these wildly colored horses were believed to be gifts from the gods.
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