it IS Called A star
Depends on the horses markings. Could be a paint (colored quarter horse) or a pinto or an appaloosa.
for a blanket appaloosa, heres the formula. brown: two brown horses with the white paint gene black: two black horses with the white paint gene. the mane and tail colors don't really matter. DO NOT CHANGE THE COAT OF A SPEC. BREED BECAUSE YOU CANNOT GET IT BACK AFTER!
Shire one of an English breed of large, strong draft horses having a usually brown or bay coat with white markings.
A pbgv can be white with brown or gray spots.
black white brown
A blaze is a strip of white running down from the forehead, in between the eyes, and down to the nose.
the M on the forehead suggests that it is a Maine Coon --- The 'M' simply means it is a tabby, the natural coat pattern occurring on several breeds and mixed-breed cats. The colour of the cat does not suggest the breed, as many breeds can be orange and white and any mixed breed can be orange and white.
yes, but only wild horses. normally black, white, and brown.
That's probably a snip. If it is on their forehead, then it is a star. Nose, snip.
Shire horses are a breed of horse that are bred for doing work, such as pulling carriages or plows. The colors most common for shire horses are black and brown. Both colors often have a white strip on the top of their nose.
Scout, a brown-and-white paint.