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a hardy breed of saddle horse developed in western North America and characteristically having a spotted rump

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Since 2002, the White Bird Appaloosa Horse Rescue has rescued, rehabilitated and re-homed at-risk Appaloosas and other horses in urgent need.
Unlike other breeds that compete against the clock, Appaloosas competed head-to-head in Camas Prairie stump races (barrel racing), Nez Perce stake races (pole bending), and rope races, which is similar to musical chairs.
Instead Irons, who has now landed his first cowboy role in new Western adventure Appaloosa, thought the more mature, Limerick-born Harris, who died in 2002 at the age of 72, was ideally suited for the brutal role.
The burghers of Appaloosa hire the pair to bring the law to their dusty town terrorized by the gang of a rich rancher turned brigand (played by Jeremy Irons, using Daniel Day-Lewis's I-drink-your-milkshake Mid-Atlantic accent).
Appaloosa is a town in the New Mexico territory in the 1890s that's on the verge of being a decent place to live.
Appaloosa, following the well-trodden form of the Western, creates a surprisingly entertaining narrative based on a Robert B.
Drain also approved changes to an agreement for hedge fund Appaloosa Management LP and five other investors to inject up to $2.
In Saturday's Grand Prix, Pippa, riding her father's appaloosa mare, Spot the Lady, finished a close second to Nicholas Philippaerts, from Belgium, riding Ella De L'Huitrelle.
In fact, the tribe helped the university create its mascot costume, approving the face paint, flaming spear, and the Appaloosa horse, none of which have any connection to Seminole history.
3 -- ran in Simi edition only) Castaic horse owner Roberta Monroe had her Appaloosa Skip and Arabian Elle vaccinated against the West Nile virus.
The company had been fighting a hostile takeover attempt by Formation Capital, an investors group comprised of Formation Capital LLC, Appaloosa Management LP, Franklin Mutual Advisers LLC and Northbrook NBV.
Those bidders included the Whitman/ Appaloosa Group, the firm working with Alpharetta, Ga.
Paul Tichy, president, Appaloosa Business Services Inc.
It is no coincidence that, in a country where the Indian population is practically invisible, the artist has chosen to ride a neutered fifteen-year-old Appaloosa, a breed of horse used by the Nez Perce Indians since the eighteenth century.