Originally Posted by LoveMyDrummerBoy
The argument is not about your opinion, it is about the correct terminology of a phenotype demonstrated in what you would call "white".
The difference that it makes is that genetics tells you exactly what you are looking at, without question.
I didn't say anything about my opinion I said it was my definition of a white horse, a horse who's coat is WHITE!!! His genetics may say he's a bay, but if he's solid white I am not looking at a bay!
If I had a white horse, that is what I would call him, white! Besides I'm pretty sure if I asked someone to go catch my bay horse they'd look at me like I was an idiot. (just imagine the trouble I would be in if I didn't know his genetics? I wouldn't know what to call him!)