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As horses became a staple of the New World, both among Europeans and among the natives, a variety of distinctly New World breeds began to emerge. Some breeds, such as the Peruvian Paso, were valued for their ability to perform difficult work in harsh climates - in this breed's case the thin air of the Andes. Others, such as the Painted Horse, became symbols of native resistance and were used extensively against encroaching Europeans.