Dreaming in Gold: 12 Palomino Horses That Remind Us of Butterscotch

Posted by Paige Cerulli
Palomino horse with long blond male on flower field

These palomino horses are so beautiful that you'll definitely be dreaming in gold. 

Is there anything more beautiful than a palomino horse? Probably not. These golden horses are known for their striking appearance, and it's hard to not fall in love with them.

Palomino is a coat color, so they come in many different breeds, from Tennessee Walking horses to Saddlebred to Arabian horses Morgan horses, each with its own unique appearance. Here are 12 striking palomino horses that have us seeing gold.

Look at this striking palomino gelding.

palomino horse

What a gorgeous face!

Palomino horse

This golden horse simply shines.

woman riding palomino horse
Five Furlongs via Flickr

So majestic.

galloping palomino welsh pony at black background

Someone's growing up to be a stunner.

palomino foal
D Coetzee via Flickr

This Quarter Horse stallion has such a flashy coat.

palomino horse
Mary B via Flickr

A great example of a darker palomino coat.

palomino horse
Jean via Flickr

It doesn't get any cuter than this!

boy and palomino horse
U.S. Fotographie via Flickr

What tails!

Two welsh pony cob palomino horse equestrian competition show back run play white mane tail

Turquoise looks great on this guy.

girl jumping pony
Stefan Schmitz via Flickr

What a horse!

Palomino horse with long blond male on colza field

Stunning golden palomino!

palomino horse looking back
Mary B via Flickr

Sure, you're not supposed to judge a horse by its color.

But after seeing these palominos? How can horse owners not fall in love? Visit the Palomino Horse Breeders of America (PHBA) to find horses in the breed registries across the United States from California to Oregon to Texas to Colorado to North Carolina and beyond.

Do you have a palomino stallion? Show us in the comments below. 

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