yes it can i have 1 welsh pony n a quarter horse and my welsh has leg and face markings she has a coronet and a blaze
the leg markings on a horse are called socks and stockings.
Yes! Friesians are allowed small stars on their face, but that's about it--no leg or body markings.
3 markings found on a multie leg sling
Seabiscuit's only race in 1939 was in February at Santa Anita at which point he injured the suspensory ligament in his front leg.
If your horse has stocking markings that means that he/she has white markings that go all the way up the leg, passing the knee.
No. As a Equestrianst, and spending much time around horses, there is no "yellow" horse. There is a Palimino coat, which is a pale gold, with white markings, Creamello mane and a creamello tail. Many Palimionos have white facial markings, or leg markings, commonly blazes on the face and socks on the legs around the hooves
A 'solid' horse colour is one where the horse is the same colour all over, for example, chestnut, black or brown. Fleabitten greys, roans, appaloosas, paints and other horses with markings on their coats (not counting leg or face markings) are not solid colours.
actually seabiscuit had 2 jockeys. the main jockey was red Polard. but sense red got injurned twice (once in his arm and ribs, the second in his leg) charles howard (seabiscuit's owner) had to call in a second jockey. this jockey was named George (the iceman) Woolf. the last race that seabiscuit ran (he won) red polard was his jockey. hoped the answer helped!
sorrel- a horse with a redish brown coat color. NO BLACK AT ALL. there can be white leg and face markings bay- a horse with a reddish brown coal with a black main, tail, and stripe down the back
They are mostly like a bit of white color on the horse that not all horses would have. For example: Blaze, Star, Strip, Bald, and Snip. (Facial Markings) Stocking, Sock, Fetlock, Pastern, Coronet (Leg Markings)