The unique Rocky Mountain Horse breed was developed in Kentucky (USA) in the late 19th Century and was immediately prized for their four-beat gait called the “single-foot,” which made them smooth and comfortable to ride for hours at a time. Most modern RMHs can trace their ancestry to the stallion Old Tobe, who contributed not only his type, but the distinctive liver chestnut or “chocolate” color that nearly all Rocky Mountain Horses wear today. CollectA’s RMH foal is a soft chocolate color with the flaxen mane and tail that flag the breed. Perhaps he’ll grow up to be the coveted silver dapple color! He has a solid face and muzzle shading.