Restoring the Prized Appaloosa Horse Breed 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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Restoring the Prized Appaloosa Horse Breed

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Restoring the Prized Appaloosa Horse Breed

Restoring the Prized Appaloosa Horse Breed

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.