The first recorded breeders of curly horses were the Crow Indians. In 1801 or 1803, some Lakota warriors either stole or were given some of their stock. The Eli Bad Warrior family had some of the last known Curly horses and sold them to a long time horse wrangler named Ernie Hammrich, who began breeding them for the curly hair trait. This is how they came to be known as the Bad Warrior Curly Horse line.
This horse is a chimera, not a true brindle. The horse is Dunbar’s Gold.
Summer, an 11-year-old horse, as seen during the 11th annual EquiFest of Kansas on Feb 29 (2008), holds the Guinness World Record for the longest tail on a horse at 12.4968 feet (3.81 metres)