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He grows up to look like mommy so cute!

Mystic Warrior as a foal. He is Friesian & Appaloosa. As he matured, his colors reversed so he's now white with black leopard spots.

Lepard Appalosa

Appaloosa is not a specific color, but is instead a horse breed. Some Appaloosas (rare) don’t have any spots at all, but most have numerous spots all over their bodies. This Appaloosa is a striking example of the “leopard” pattern .

I Don't See it...Oh Yeah found on I Can Has a Cheezburger

I Don't See it...Oh Yeah!

(link) Fake or Real? ~ As you can see, someone has painstakingly made it appear that the spots on the horse spell “horse”. Do you see it now? View site for image of the actual horse compared to the photo shopped horse.

Akhal-Teke... makes me think of what the horses in the book The Scorpio Races would look like

The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed from Turkmenistan. Only about are left worldwide. Known for their speed and famous for the natural metallic shimmer of their coats. They have been named the most beautiful horse in the world.

Stunning. I'm a sucker for an Appaloosa!

AraAppaloosa, a cross between an Arabian horse and an Appaloosa. As both breeds are noted for endurance and intelligence, the resulting cross is usually able to excel at endurance riding as well as other disciplines performed by either breed.

Pintaloosa Horse. The white on his rump looks like silver and the gray parts like pewter.  What a looker.

'Pintaloosa' horse with both tobiano & Appaloosa (Lp) genes. The tobiano white cancels out the Appaloosa pattern on portions of the horse's body.