Originally Posted by toosexy4myspotz
Okay well let me explain what I am asking exactly or how it was explained to me. I am no color guro by any means. I can tell you she is chestnut and white and that's it. I was told because she is not a paint she is not a pattern that she is simply "spotted". This came from a vet that was doing her coggins. So, according to them she has no pattern because she is not a paint. She is a Spotted Saddle Horse, meaning she is simply spotted and not patterned.
If that makes any sense.
The vet was wrong.
There are four pinto patterns: tobiano, splash, frame and sabino. A horse can be of any breed and still display one or more of the pinto patterns. A perfect example are gypsy horses. They can have any pinto pattern. Spotted Saddle Horses are just saddlebreds displaying one or more pinto pattern. Posted via Mobile Device