Originally Posted by Peppy Barrel Racing
I get that but it sounded to me like you said there are no other white horses in the world only grey. I own a horse that is almost completely white except for the inside of his ears which is red and he has a little bit of red ticking on his shoulders flanks and rump but you don't get much whiter than him
. Can't really see it unless you get really close or he is wet or sweaty. Posted via Mobile Device
No I didn't mean that at all. What I meant was that in the 'snobby' horsey world, only Lippizaners are able to be called 'white' for example in sales literature. All other white horses have to be called gray no matter how white they really are. To me personally, a white horse is white and a gray horse is anything from dappled to a true gray. Like I said, I didn't make the rules and if I were honest, it is a bit of a daft rule. White is white is white and gray is gray.