Why do horses get sudden white spot on there shoulders?
This is usually a sign of an ill-fitted saddle. If the spots are occurring under the saddle blanket and in an area covered by the tree of the saddle, this is almost certainly the cause. Investigate proper methods of saddle fitment. The most useful reference book I know is "The Horse's Pain-free Saddle Fit Book" by Joyce Harman. I have used this book and can recommend it.
Well, it depends on the marking and where it is located on the horses body. Facial Markings: Star- small white spot on a horses forehead Strip/Stripe- long, skinny, white stripe that runs down a horses face, and ends at/before the nose Blaze- long, thick stripe of white that runs down the horses face but stops at or before the nose, and does not touch the eyes Bald- white covering a horses face almost entirely Snip…
There are several reasons why a horse may appear white. True albino does not exist in the horse. Most 'white' horses are actually grey. Some are a paint or pinto pattern called sabino white and another called extensive overo or medicine hat, a medicine hat will be born with some colour on its ears and possibly its chest but this can fade with age. Few spot appaloosa's can appear to be all white. Cremello and…
The Great White Spot, also known as the Great White Oval, on Saturn, named by analogy from Jupiter's Great Red Spot, is a name given to periodic storms that are large enough to be visible by telescope from Earth by their characteristic white appearance. The spots can be several thousands of kilometers wide.
If the egg does not meet a sperm cell in the oviduct it will still be laid by the hen. But the embryo will not develop because the egg has not been fertilised. The white spot on the yolk will remain white. If, however, the egg has been fertilised this white spot will soon become red with blood as the embryo starts to develop.
It was done to heighten the fantasy atmosphere. the film started out in Black and white and when the Cyclone hit- then there was another torrent of technicolor- spring on the audience- odd and unreal colors were transmitted ( probably using follow spot strobes) on horses , for example. I had only seen the picture on TV in black and white and was unaware of this (rainbow) though not called, transition.