1 - Cremello. Even colour distribution all over, pale eyes, pink skin with no freckling.
2 - max sabino. May have seen this horse around a bit
3 - grey, Dark skin under white hair, always going to be grey.
4 - perlino. Can see the darker tone to the mane and tail, and darker points of the legs. Skin is pink, eyes are blue.
5 - another max sabino.
6 - gold champagne. Often mistaken for palomino, can see the pink freckled skin on the muzzle that is the way to tell it is not palomino.
7 - hard to tell from this picture, I think palomino. Skin looks too dark to be champagne.
8 - amber champagne. Can see the somewhat darker points caused by it being a dilution of bay, including the darker mane and tail.
9 - silver bay. Can see the chocolate tone to the legs as well as the pale mane and tail.
10 - dark palomino. The hint is the coronets being so pale.
11 - silver black, or silver dapple, or taffy.
12 - chestnut. Can see the way the pasterns and coronets are paler than the rest of the leg.
13 - grullo. Dun factor all there, definitely a black base.
14 - grey. You can see the ticking through the coat, common as a starting point for the lightning process. As well as that, the face shows the goggle effect.
15 - black based roan. Can see the solid legs and head, and some corn marks to further confirm it is roan and not grey.
16 - bend or spots. Also called grease spots.
17 - could be called ermines, ink spots would be more correct IMO as ermines imply it is on the coronet band.
18 - they could be birdcatcher spots, but I would say fungal scarring. It is unusual for so many birdcatchers to be in the same area.
19 - this guy is scarred by a fungas.
20 - frame is the main pattern. Also see splash in there. Frame is causing the white to go horizontal along the body and face. Splash is causing the somewhat regular edge to the leg markings, and the face white to slip off to one side.
21 - Tobiano, and possibly frame I think. The white crosses the back, a typical tobiano trait, as well as the high whites on the legs. However, with this much white I would expect the white to join leg to body white far more than it has. As well as that, the body white is missing the typical "circle" pattern of tobiano.
22 - splash. This guy is the poster child lol.
23 - sabino. Messy, messy sabino.
24 - tobiano, sabino and frame. White crosses the back and is high on the legs, showing tobiano. The white is very messy, a sabino indicator. And it has spread above the eyes, and under the jaw, as you would expect with frame. Also the eyes appear blue, and since the horse doesn't appear to be splash, frame is the only other explanation.