The new gelding I am getting has a very unique(or atleast around here I haven't seen one like him) color. He is registered as a bay roan by the lady I am getting him from. She doesn't know much about all of the colors and he was different as a foal. She didn't see till I pointed it out that he has a dorsal stripe and barring. He has black tipping on his ears. Lots of corn spots. His name is Peppy(originally Pepe) after the skunk because of his skunk tail markings.
I don't have his papers yet so I don't know what all is on his sires side. That stud was a black and white tobiano that has since passed away. I can't find his bloodlines anywhere online and the only name I remember seeing on his side of the papers was Skip Lee something or other(a Skips Artist bred horse). Tuxedos Dreamghost was the studs registered name. The dam is Cats Misty Lady:
Cats Misty Lady Paint
I believe she was either sorrel or a red dun. She's passed since too. Peppy's grey half sister threw a red dun colt last year out of a bay or sorrel stud so I believe it's Peppy and the grey's dam that keeps throwing in those markings.
Not sure if this will work as I've never used the link FB gives but we'll try it and if it doesn't work just say so and I'll switch it up.
Peppy :) | Facebook
ETA: He is a 2005 breeding stock APHA registered gelding. Some pics in the album are from his 2yr old year and then go up until this month.