Restoring the Prized Appaloosa Horse Breed

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Reporter Tom Banse reports on the resurgence of Appaloosa horses. Once the prized possession of the Nez Perce Indian tribe, the breed was lost decades ago during a war with the U.S. Army. In recent times, a wide-reaching breeding project has restored the Appaloosas.

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