Yes, I'm sorry I should have been more clear, Toby was 1/2 Knabstrup. His dam was a TB. His sire was a leopard spotted Knabstrup and he was the quintissential old style Knabstrup with the quite cobby, coarse head and fairly unrefined conformation. Although Toby was physically more refined than his sire due to his TB dam, I always thought of him as a Knabstrup simply because his nature was exactly as the breed is described. Knabstrup's were often used as circus horses, they are easy to train and unflappable, Toby would have made a great circus horse.
To find out more about the breed google 'Apollon'. This is a foundation stallion for todays modern Knabstrup. The stud that had Apollon still have his progeny I believe their main stallion at stud is a son to Apollon named Witchfinder. They are a bit different to the old style Knabstrup, very refined, and bred for performance in the show ring. I hope they haven't lost the amazing character of the breed which was what made Toby so unique and special. Spotted horses are a dime a dozen, but a horse like Toby is very rare.