He has been tested for lethal white and does not carry the gene. I am looking at buying him. He has black ears and a small spot on his face, I have reason to believe that he has black pigmented skin because his father was a black overo and his mother was as well. The owner sent me a video of him at a Horse O' Rama and he rides english and western. He is completely solid except for the markings I stated above but throws 90% color on foals. THAT IS CRAZY! He is featured on the Wonderfull World Of Paints website as being a one of a kind stallion. So I thought that would seel his breedings. I will look through all the pictures and find a few body shots of him, I thought he looked very correct. He has been taught to lay down to mount and also bow!
He is actually not a tovero! He is registered with the APHA as a breeding stock paint. Many of the white coated APHA horses will have black pigment under their coat which is why many of the halter horses are completely shaved before attending a show, so that the judge will see that they are colored.Most Judges tend to go for the loud colored horses and tend to stay away from whites and cremellos.