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There was a speckled horse called "Pinto" who made it his especial care to keep them busy.
But early in this venture, I must get me a pony—a pinto, preferably—small enough for me to ride and big enough to go places.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Big-foot, you and Curley stay here until the Pinto gets back.
"When you get to be half as good a man on cows as your friend the Pinto, here, you'll be a full grown man," added Big-foot.
He soon appeared, wearing a beautiful war costume and riding a sorrel pinto war horse.
I want some clothes, and some grub; and I want to borry that pinto I seen picketed out in the hollow, down there.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
Once more astride a horse—albeit the pinto pony of a sheepherder—Happy Jack felt abundantly able to cope with the situation.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
After that he got thankfully into his own saddle and rode gladly away, leading the pinto pony behind him.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
Sandy had his long rangy roans, and for leaders a pair of half-broken pinto bronchos.
BLACK ROCKRALPH CONNOR
Pinto was also entrusted with goods to the value of 10,000 ducats, to be delivered to the factor of De Faria at Pam.

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