I think to help make the point more effective to people who may be misunderstanding is that TRUE tri-colors are exceedingly, almost impossibly, rare. Equine color doesn't typically operate in that fashion, as can be seen by the pony in the second photo who has a chestnut front end and black hind end.
That being said, what is up with that pony? Is it a form of chimerism?
I need to get some good pics of my baby. Well, yearling. I think he is tri colored for sure. His head is brown, with an almost T blaze. White line across forehead and down nose. Body,predominantly white, but bay spots. And lately some black spots too. His mane is white, but forelock black. And tail mixed white.and black.