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Modern Society an extremely rare colored thoroughbred. A new color pattern they are trying to breed in England.

Modern Society an extremely rare colored thoroughbred. A new color pattern they are trying to breed in England. Beautiful horse, but that guy looks too big for him. lol Just looks funny.

White Vessel (Kurofune x Shirayukihime), a rare white TB

White Vessel in action, full sibling to Yukichan, a very successful white racehorse filly in Japan. He looks so otherwordly

"Modern Society" a 3 y-o registered TB racing in the UK. He is a rare skewbald…

Behavior Characteristics of the Paint Horse Breed

This guy is freaking cool! "Pictured is "Modern Society" a 3 y-o registered TB racing in the UK. He is a rare skewbald painted thoroughbred, he’s one of only three painted racehorses in Britain.

Hansen, 138th KY Derby horse   A white horse is rare in the Derby!

Technically gray/roan, Hansen, a Kentucky Derby contender, is nearly all white, and attracting fans because of the romanticism attached to horses of his color.

Pleven horse breed

Pinned onto Horse Different Breeds Board in Other Pet Animals Category

This is a very rare pinto Standardbred. From the Standardbred Pleasure & Performance Horse Association of Victoria

This is a very rare pinto Standardbred. From the Standardbred Pleasure & Performance Horse Association of Victoria

A son of Nazeer, Rashad Ibn Nazeer (Nazeer x Yashmak by Sheikh El Arab) was foaled in Egypt in 1955. He wasn't the most famous of the Nazeer sons in America. But he was the first who arrived in 1958, along with the first Nazeer daughters, Bint Moniet El Nefous and Bint El Bataa (and two El Sareei daughters). It was the first shipment of Egyptian Arabians to come to the USA since 1932. This shipment encouraged many American breeders to go to Egypt and bring back Arabians…

A son of Nazeer, Rashad Ibn Nazeer (Nazeer x Yashmak by Sheikh El Arab) was…

Very Rare 'Pinto' Thoroughbred Off and Running

Meet an extremely rare colored Thoroughbred named Koda Chrome! He was bred and raised in Kentucky at Echo Hill Farm and debuted at Belterra Park. He is officially registered with The Jockey Club as dark bay or brown.

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