The Camarillo White Horse

Global Horse Culture Archive on March 5, 2008, 17:14

The Camarillo White Horses were developed by a man named Adolfo Camarillo in California in the 1920s, using a white stallion named Sultan, crossed with mostly Morgan mares. The white horses were used for parades and shows, and there are still a handful of them left. An association has been formed to preserve and continue the breeding and use of the white horses. The current breeding program includes select Andalusian, Morgan, Quarter Horse, Thoroughbred, Standardbred and American White Horse stock. Not every foal is born white, and not horse used in the breeding program is white - I am guessing