Here's my unusual horse...
Two blue eyes, a star, a huge snip, and a partial pastern. Her snip is very jagged and uneven around her muzzle. She has no white anywhere else. She tested negative for sabino.
Her dam has a stripe/thin blaze and no leg white:
Her sire is black without a single white hair:
You can see photos of her ancestors here: Clouds Mystique W Missouri Fox Trotter
(hover over "Reports" and click on "Photos")
I don't see any obvious frames or splashes in there - do you? I see a few sabinos, though. (BTW - somebody screwed up and there are a few horses that don't belong there... ignore Balladier, Noor, Krack C, and Goodtimes. The rest are correct.)
Mystique has a full-brother with the EXACT same markings as her, except his star and snip are more connected than hers. He even has the same partial pastern on the same leg. I wish I had a picture of him.
This is her other full sibling: Princess Aida W., foxtrotter for sale in Florida
None of her 100+ half-siblings have blue eyes that I know of (and I've done extensive research on the subject).
I also have a palomino who I think might
be champagne. He has light eyes and is completely covered in freckles except for his muzzle and around his eyes. Even there, the skin looks greyish instead of black. I've seen some proven champagnes who have so many freckles around their muzzle and eyes that they look black.
His sire is bay and his dam has a palomino base coat, although she grayed out so it's possible nobody noticed she was champagne until it was too late.
This is what the rest of his body looks like (when wet):
I'm going to go ahead and test him for champagne when I have some extra cash laying around : ]