Sinta Panattees are inhabitants of rivers and fresh water lakes. The name derived from an Indian Sansakrit word; Sintop which literally means a good breed of horse along an important Indian Sintu river. It’s said that Sintop horses are very strong and magical.
They can walk atop river surface by hopping on lotus without even shaking the leaves. Furthermore, the word “Sintu” is also the name of Indian ancient city. This city is believed to be the modern day Indian state, “Sinta” which is also very famous for its horses.
A Sinta Panattee has lean horse body with blood red fin grow from the middle of reddish mane, with leg fins attached along the tendon all the way down to ergot, and a fish tail.