Discussion in 'Horse Chat' started by Wildshot, Mar 23, 2010.
Looks like vitiligo
not sure if this is "weird" maybe just interesting? this is my OTTB cowboy...
this is star. she has an L
not on her face but kind of a neat "spot within a spot" this is raina
not weird but it's a PERFECT blaze. never seen one before. this is twister
this is kinda strange to see in a registered AQH. this is sissy
Is she Appy? I've seen that often in apps
Found this on FB this morning!
I always thought Dancer's marking looked like a swimming tadpole.
Edit: Haha he's so dirty in this picture
A bunch I've come across and saved My apologies if some have already been shared!
I was searching the internet for information on a broodmare that I recently purchased ( Nuff Credit) and found your forum. I must say I know this mare you have listed below. I bought her mother from the people who own her sire. I have seen the older full sister to this mare and she has even MORE white. Up to her knees and hocks and almost a bald face. It comes from her dam. Nuff Credit has put stockings and large white faces on all her babies but the last one.
I own this fillies mother now. Just got her last month. I bought her from the owner of her sire. They call him "twister" for his face marking. Nuff Credit is the mare I purchased. I have seen 4 of her foals. All of them but one have TONS of white. First colt had perfect fat blaze and high white stockings (by Phenominal Creation), 2nd filly had High white legs and bald face (full sister to mare in picture-Rae Rae) THen the mare in the picture Rae Rae who has that interesting face marking. It comes from the mare I am sure of it. She is a great great gradaughter of Leo on the bottom side. I've heard lots of people over the years say he was a white producer. I breed paint horses and plain on breeding her in 2013 to a paint halter stallion. I am sure to get a loud baby out of her.
Does anyone know who this is?
Wish I did! He was just posted as a "look what I found" and clicking on it to see the original was the same
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