Technically my horse is brindle... if you see the terrible photos I posted above. The ABEA classifies her as a "seasonal brindle". She is only brindle in late summer and fall when she is sun bleached enough for the pattern to be visible. Two summers ago her coat looked like a brindle great dane. However, when she's not heavily sun bleached she just looks black.I think on this forum somewhere there is someone who owns a real brindle horse.
There is the most beautiful horse that was used in our local 4-H two years ago - his name is The Gold Ghost and he has snowflakes all over his body. They were talking about maybe rejoining this year, hoping they do so I can snap a picture or two of him.Love Love Love the second one. Looks like snowflakes
Thats a black horse? Good god. lol Body pics?That first one is way cool!
This is what my black mare looks like when she sun bleaches:
These pics are awful quality. The first was taken in intense direct sunlight so it's a bit washed out and the second was taken in a dark stall with my cell phone. The pattern is much more obvious with the naked eye. I'd get more, but when my horse isn't bleached she just looks like a normal black. I'll have to wait until later in the summer to try again. ><