HORSES: A very fancy fellow in head stall - a Saddlebred -always ready to step out and dazzle.
Mare and foal caught with their tongues out.
the 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood mare’s markings are called reverse brindle, and they may come from a rare genetic condition called chimerism...
Probably a Gulastra plume Arabian; my guess is that it's a straight Egyptian or close to it.
Gyandromorphs Half Male Half Female
Interesting neck wraps -- Geli stud farm - Akhal Tekes
Unusual coloring horse! Soo Wonderful and gorgeous. Withe tail and brown mane; beautiful blue eyes. Maybe, this is a splashed horse
Native American inspiration Dairies photo 22
Vida Loca, a 2002 Dutch warmblood mare exhibiting a somatic mutation. Her other side doesn't have the white marks.