What was the name of Tonto's horse?


The name of Tonto's horse was Scout, a spotted palomino. In an early publicity photograph, Tonto is seen riding double with the Lone Ranger on Silver, but the producers of the show decided Tonto needed his own horse.

Tonto had another horse named White Feller in some of the early "Lone Ranger" novels based on the radio show, but by the time the serial was brought to television, the name Scout was well established. Scout was originally intended to be a pure white horse like Silver, but after using a white horse in the movie serials, the producers chose a palomino for the television series to better complement the Lone Ranger's horse.

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