TECHNICALLY yes she is a pinto. But it's just easier to call her a flaxen chesnut, because when you say pinto people will be confused, and then you end up like me, where I am explaining each gene to someone and they just look dumb founded haha
But yes if you wanted people to know she was a pinto i'd call her a flaxen chesnut with minimal pinto expression.
Generally, most horses with white markings will have some kind of white modifier gene (IE pinto gene) but people wont call them pinto because its not enough white to be considered a pinto horse.
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