Originally Posted by Misty'sGirl
in Australia at least you'd never have a pinto or buckskin standie
Actually... I have a friend who owns a pinto standie and is planning on importing another. There's also ANOTHER person in my state who I know online with a pinto standie. They're not common but they DO exist. And all three horses have neck-brands which, here, is the quickest way to identify a standie as a standie. No other breed is routinely neck-branded.
Creme also exists in the Standardbred breed, but again it's rare. Coloured standies aren't considered good racehorses and because the majority of the breed is bred with the purpose of racing in mind, colour is bred out of them.
So, it is possible that OP's horse COULD be full standardbred, but unlikely.