AKA: White face, mostly white face, markings go over the eyes
Red-brown to dark brown or gold, with a black main, tail, and legs
White over hips, with or without dark spots- Seen on Appaloosa’s
Wide stripe down nose, but inside eyes
Black or black/brown body with white hairs, giving a bluish tinge
Yellowish-gold body with black main, tail, and legs
Reddish, gold shade. Mane and tail have various shades of chestnut
Dapple gray consists of a dark hair coat with “dapples,” which are dark rings with lighter hairs on the inside of the ring, scattered over the entire body of the animal.
Band across withers and extending down tail. Almost always found with a dun coat, there will sometimes be zebra striping on legs as well.
Yellowish or tan coat with "dun factors:" a darker-colored mane and tail, a dorsal stripe along the back and occasionally faint horizontal zebra stripings on the upper legs and a possible transverse stripe across the withers
Flea bitten gray
Gray coat with white mane and tail. (Looks like the horse is covered with fleas)
White speckling on dark background-Seen on Appaloosa’s
Black skin with white hair, coat lightens with age. Notice the black around the eyes and muzzle.
Smokey gray colored body, dark dorsal stripe.
White base with dark spots all over body of horse
Red or blue roaning with dark coloring on edges. Seen on Appaloosa’s
Gold coat with white mane and tail
Large irregular patterns of black and white
Bay or Bay-brown body with white hairs, giving a reddish tinge.
White marking on muzzle area
Very distinct pointed dapples…looks like a snowflake
White spot between eyes on forehead
White narrow stripe down face
White base coat with irregular patches of solid color. Specific to paint or pinto breed