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The Pinto Braided Horsehair Belt - B103

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Horsehair belt hand braided by Cochise Leather
Horsehair belt hand braided by Cochise LeatherHand braided horsehair belt.Choice of 6 buckles for specific western ranger belts

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Price: $90.00
Item Number: B103
Manufacturer: Cochise Leather Company

The Pinto Braided Horsehair belt is black, white and brown with a white whip-stitched edge.  Belt is 1 1/2" wide with choice of 6 buckle designs. Leather belt billet comes in three colors, Black, Dark Brown or Natural.  Uni-sex design can be worn by men or women.  

These belts are hand braided by David LaFlair in Cochise, Arizona with the utmost attention paid to quality and detail. Proudly made in the USA!





Belt Buckle selection for Horsehair belts

Floral scroll buckle for wesetern ranger belt Western scroll buckle for custom made ranger belt Antique silver gold buckle for western ranger belt
A - Floral Scroll B - Western Scroll C - Antique Silver Gold
Plain belt buckle for western leather ranger belt Lone Star western belt buckle for ranger belt Rope Edge western belt buckle for ranger belts
 D - Plain E - Lone Star  F - Rope Edge

 


Pinto is a color of a horse so a Pinto is not a true breed but a color breed. Any breed of horse, utility horse, pony or miniature horse that happens to have the color marking of a Paint/Pinto but is not a Quarter Horse, Thoroughbred or Paint bred horse can be called a Pinto.

Spotted horses were the rage in 17th century Europe but when the fashionable fad ended, large numbers of the horses were shipped to the Americas, many of which were turned loose to run wild. Highly prized by the Native Americans the color became popular in throughout the United States, which now has the greatest number of pinto horses in the world.

The Pinto Horse Association (PtHA) registers horses based on color. The word "pinto" is Spanish for "paint". The Pinto Horse Association of America was started in the 1950's to give the owners and riders of pintos a show circuit and breed organization.