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Oh my. You don't often see an Appaloosa quite this distinctively colored--so intensely black and white.

The Akhal-Teke is a horse breed from Turkmenistan, apparently there are only 3,500 left. Known for their speed and natural metallic shimmering coat......Stunning!!!

His color is a silver grulla (hey -- I see leg barring!) This is Kansas City Twister, a foundation Quarter Horse stud at High Point Farm.

This is Reckless Dan, an unusual grey brindle Quarter Horse. Most brindle horses have dark stripes on a lighter body color, but a rare few have white stripes on a dark body color. While it is possible that white brindles are chimeric (and certainly some may be), the current thought is that the color is probably the result of a one-time mutation, probably of rabicano.

An odd one indeed - I wish there was another picture showing the full body of the horse. Could be a Tobino (because of the facial markings) with an interupted White Face and the inner ears are also white.