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Dapples (A good horse is never a bad color...but dappled grays have always been the ones I swoon the most over.)

I remember my sister’s favorite horse when she was little was a Dappled Gray horse. I don’t know how she knew of them, but I’ve never forgotten.

A GORGEOUS dappled grey at the Royal Mews.

Dapples

LOVE Dapple Grey horses, it was the first color I dreamed of owning when I was little and wanted as my first Hunter Jumper

Irish Draft Horse, the national horse of Ireland. Light and elegant for a draft horse, it is being crossed with thoroughbreds to create Ireland's Olympic-level eventing breed, the Irish Hunter.

Dapple gray Irish Draught Horse, the national horse of Ireland. Light and elegant; it's more a heavy warmblood than a draft. It is crossed with Thoroughbreds to create Ireland's Olympic-level competitor, the Irish Sport Horse.

very striking color pattern - he will stand out in a crowd for sure!

Beautiful horse with spots. Criollo Argentino horses frequently show this color, classified as overo, although they present numerous spots. Spotted horse with beautiful silver bridle and chest guard.

Casper Van Overis Z Zangersheide owned by Jasmine Kearey

warmboobz: “ lottesimons: “ Casper Van Overis Z Zangersheide owned by Jasmine Kearey ” Dayum ”

Community Post: 15 Stunning Pictures Of Horses

15 Stunning Pictures Of Horses

Community Post: 15 Stunning Pictures Of Horses

True silver grulla.  LOVE the color and silver expression on this horse!  My goal for AQHA.

this horse is a silver grulla (black + dun + silver) The grey color and a bit darker face of a grulla. Plus the faint dappling and light mane and tail of a silver.

Unique braided tack  do up in an oxblood leather with clay and glass beads for a traditional arab look, or deerskin and the four colors for the appies and paints :)

Beads for your horse. Unique braided tack do up in an oxblood leather with clay and glass beads for a traditional arab look, or deerskin and the four colors for the appies and paints :)

Grey paint filly

This horse is a paint/pinto. Notice the facial markings, you could almost call it a bald face, but in this case you would call it skewbald or piebald. The color, besides being a paint, is a dun. The variation of dun is called a smokey dun.

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