Hi, I posted a while ago that I was getting a new horse well she is home, she is suppose to be a quarter horse, but the owners never had papers. I don't know much about quarter horses even though they are the most popular breed around it seems. They can have paint and thoroughbred blood in them right? She is really lean at the moment, but once she fills out you can tell she won't have heavy muscling.
But I started to take a good look at her, and she is obviously a chestnut, but she has spots all over her. She has bend or spots on her rump four or five of them, a few white ones on her back, rump and belly. But she has roan spots bigger than my hand on her face, and barrel? I never seen them before? She isn't a roan but what causes this? I've never seen it before. They aren't bright white hairs more of a mixture of light chestnut and white, there is one on her face that goes half way up that has sparse white hairs. But it is diffidently a spot.
I'll try to get pictures but don't hold your breath my computer hates me, and I am not technologically advanced.