Cavallino (disambiguation)

Cavallino (disambiguation)

Cavallino may refer to:

* Bernardo Cavallino, an Italian Baroque painter.
* Cavallino, an Italian town in the Province of Lecce.
* Cavallino, the Italian word for "little horse," also known as the symbol of luxury car maker Ferrari, Cavallino Rampante.
* Cavallino, the name of a magazine devoted to Ferrari. Cavallino Magazine also sponsors the Palm Beach Cavallino Classic and the Classic Sports Sunday, both in Palm Beach, Florida in late January annually.

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