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Snowflake Coat Pattern Appaloosa Horse. Appaloosas stride is SO smooth it seriously feels like youre flying;)

Snowflake Coat Pattern in an appaloosa horse. They call it reverse appaloosa as well. They are heterozygous Lplp.

To put it simply, Tiger horse is a gaited, spotted horse with Baroque conformation. The type is thousands of years old, there were noble, spotted horses with soft gaits in ancient China and later in Spain, the Jennets. Usually the modern Tiger Horse has got its color from Appaloosas and gaits from gaited horses but there also are some gaited Appaloosas.

The pinner I got this from wrote: There is a new registry that is bringing back the ancient Tiger Horse, a gaited breed with Appaloosa coloring that was once used to hunt Siberian Tigers around the border of China.

Stunning grey dapple horse

Silver City – American Racehorse Stallion Register : American Racehorse Magazine – Thoroughbred Racing and Breeding in the Southwest, Midwest and Midsouth

Chex Nu Jewel - a palomino Quarter Horse, has most of his sooty coloration concentrated in his mane

Palomino (sooty) - When sooty is present along with the cream gene, it can do strange things to the horse's coat. Chex Nu Jewel, a palomino Quarter Horse stallion, has most of his sooty coloration concentrated in his mane.

A fine example of a snowcap appaloosa horse, showing a crisp white cap that stands for homozygosity. Note how the edges of the snowcap are 'frosted', giving the horse a brushpainted look.

It's not a sun spot but a snow cap,Baby?: A fine example of a snowcap appaloosa horse, showing a crisp white cap that stands for homozygosity. Note how the edges of the snowcap are 'frosted', giving the horse a brushpainted look.

KNABSTRUPPER - horses were bred in Denmark as far back as 1671 when they were called "The Tiger Horses." In 1750, this royal breeding line came to an end.

KNABSTRUPPER - horses were bred in Denmark as far back as 1671 when they were called "The Tiger Horses." In this royal breeding line came to an end.

Pintaloosa, or a pretty Appaloosa with an unusual patch?

Possibly a version of a "bloody shoulder", or even a latent pinto gene showing itself! :) (a "pintaloosa"., they are cool to see) Beautiful horse. :) I love the 'odd' markings.

6 yr old Georgian Grande, Baron Von Vendavel, stands at 17.3 hands ~ what a beauty!

Another Friesian/Saddlebred cross-Georgian Grande Horse is a new horse breed being developed from crossbreeding the American Saddlebred on the Friesian horse and assorted draft horse breeds.

lacing

A giraffe horse! No, but that is some serious cobwebbing/lacing on this horse.

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