I'm agreeing on bay dun frame overo..I don't see Sabino. Sabino usually plays with legs if I'm not mistaken? Posted via Mobile Device
It can cause leg white, but given that frame also tries to prevent leg white, it's not unusual for there to be none. Sabino can be seen on the face of this horse - the white is very symmetrical, and it extends down to the lower lip and chin. These are both sabino traits.
Oh wow..I must be going blind..I didn't even realize the White went down to his bottom lip, lol.
Though, he could very well have all three patterns as well. I definitely see frame (and now the Sabino). I think I see overo from his belly and neck spot, but I'm not even close to the colour experts on here. :p Posted via Mobile Device