Small, more or less circular patches of hair of a different colour from the main body colour and distributed over various areas of the body.
Cream coloured coat with unpigmented skin (also known as cremello)
White markings on the face and legs and, occasionally, on the body, are a valuable means of distinguishing one horse from another and are therefore noted in detail on
veterinary certificates and registration papers.
Light sandy - coloured coat with black mane and tail, often accompanied by a dark, dorsal eel-stripe extending from the line of the neck to the tail and sometimes by "zebra markings" (stripes) on the withers and legs - the vestiges of a primitive form of camouflage. Dun can vary from yellow to "mouse", depending on the diffusion of pigment. The skin is black.
A mixture of black and white hairs throughout. The coat varies from light to iron (very dark). The skin is black.
Light grey base coat with grey rings.
Varies from a pale golden colour to a rich, red gold. The mane and tail may be lighter or darker than the coat colour.
A mixture of black and brown hairs, with black limbs, mane and tail. A very dark brown horse may appear almost black.
Large, irregular patches of white and any other colour except black.
Large, irregular patches of black and white.
All black except for occasional white on the legs and/or head.