My friend has a 12 year Sorrel old paint horse that does not have a single paint marking. Just a stripe and 3 socks. I would show you a picture of him if I had one. But I was just wondering what do you call a paint with no paint markings?
A breeding stock paint is a registered paint horse without paint markings. I believe it is a horse that contains no spots or significant white markings to distinguish away from it's "sister" breed the Quarter Horse. It's a horse, most likely, born from one or two painted horses that is born without any paint markings. They can have leg markings and face markings but no spots (I believe) bigger than a quarter on the rest of their body. I may not be completely correct though.
The other horse I use to take lessons on was a reiner named guess im nifty, you might be able to fin a picture of her on the internet I found one, ill try to get a picture of her tomorrow she's really cool looking!