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I've seen it first hand on a couple of horses, a similar blagdon cob and sabino-like clydesdale. It's just him and his pattern. Reverse markings but, don't ask me about the genetics! You also see badger-faced horses with large occlusion marks instead of a stripe/blaze; I'm not sure if it's the same genes at play. You can see the colouring in the dark sock in the rest of the coat and I'd guess that if he didn't have white socks, all his legs would be that colour.
 
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