Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Ontario, Canada
I agree with NdAppy on the last pic. Usually what causes colours like that is that the horse has two different DNA types. In that perspective it's similar to a brindle, but is not at all a brindle.
And with your zebra pic, just by looking at the colours I don't think that it's completely a zebra. It could be a zebroid, a cross between a zebra and a horse/donkey. I think so because if it were a dilute, it would be more of a buckskin and have black points, like the muzzle would still be dark. And if it were a double dilute it might be lighter than it is, but the mouth would either be white or pink too... So I doubt it's 100% zebra