Originally Posted by amberly
Blazer horses are made up of American Saddlebred, Morgan, and American Quarter Horse. And, jsut to inform you - there is such thing as white horses. Pink skin and white fur = white. Brisco is 20 years old and very much healthy. Yes, he may be CALLED Cremello - but there he is white horse. Everybody calls him cremello, but he's white.
Then he's cremello, not white.
From what I have read on white horses, the only way for a horse to be white is for it to carry the SB1 gene which is the maximum sabino gene meaning that it has a base coat of another color but it's white markings are maximally expressed so that they cover up the base coat completely.
Even then I wouldn't call it a true white horse.....
What I see being called a "true white" are horses with dominant white mutations. They are born white, but they have dark colored eyes. So this would not be your horses.
This is just what I have read and heard. I don't believe that there are true white horses.