Dunbar's Gold is a very rare Brindle color. While common in dog breeds like Greyhounds and Pitbulls, brindle is rarely seen in horses. Dunbars Gold is a registered American Quarter Horse stallion. Possible Chimera?
Amazing example of an extremely dark chocolate with white mane and tail. This color is very difficult to get, and even harder to keep, as the white mane and tail tends to darken with age on many Chocolate horses. Blue Boy's Dakota, photo courtesy of Yvon
American Paint Horse… His name is Forest Midnight Comet…he’s a Blue Roan Tobiano APHA stallion…standing 16 hands high with a lot of versatility…flash and color…he’s a World Challenge Champion and a Reserve World Champion. So gorgeous.
Bay Thoroughbred with gulastra plume. Gulastra plume, also called silvertail, is an apparently random silver/partial silver tail, most commonly seen on bay horses. It is thought to be connected to the sabino complex but the genetics are not yet known.