Thank you for all your replies ! Its good hearing others thoughts it really helps !
Well his a quarter horse and his only been doing trail riding but bred for barrels!
I think he is a light pally or champayne like you,s all said :) THANK-YOU
Iam looking at him tommorow and riding him so hopefully all goes well !
Once again thank you I really appreciate it :)
I personally don't think I agree with champagne. For champagne to lighten him that much, he should not have such a dark face - the dark muzzle should be a very faded grey if not pink skinned.
Also, the champagne gene isn't any more likely to turn him pure "white" then the palomino gene. Gold champagnes horses typically look exactly light palominos, allbeit a shade lighter then the original base color with lighter skin (often pink) and amber eyes that were blue at birth.
Actually I researched a bit more.. and I agree with MacabreMikolaj, I read that "light palomino. This shade is at the lighter end of the color range for a Palomino horse, but as the eyes and skin are dark, the horse is not a cremello."