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 White Horse

APPALOOSA

APPALOOSA
SPOTTED OR LEOPARD MARKINGS

BLANKET MARKINGS

A horse is described as being bay if the body coat is bay, although the shade may vary from a dull red, approaching brown, to a yellowish colour, approaching chestnut. The mane and tail are black and there is black on the lower parts of the legs and tips of the ears.

METALLIC GOLD

BLOOD BAY

BAY

BUCKSKIN

BLACK

BROWN


A horse is described as being black if the black pigment is general throughout the body coat, limbs, mane and tail and no pattern other than white markings is present.

In a Buckskin horse the body coat ranges from a dark mousey to a light yellowish colour, resulting from dilution of one of the basic colours. A horse is said to be brown if the body coat is uniformly brown but the mane, tail and lower parts of the legs are black.
 

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