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Rabicano, also called white ticking, is a horse coat color characterized by limited roaning in a specific pattern: interspersed white hairs most dense and originating from the flank and the tailhead. Rabicano is distinct from true roan, which causes evenly-interspersed white hairs throughout the body, except the head and legs. The word "rabicano" is of Spanish origin - rabo meaning "tail" and cano meaning "white" - thus, it described a horse with white hairs in its tail.

Today, Arabian bloodlines are found in almost every modern breed of riding horse.