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Tosi Urhea as a weanling. Its sire is a leopard-colored stallion. As a 4 years old, Tosi Urhea has a little blanket pattern and distinctive roaning all over its body. Quite different when compared to this photo!

Tosi Urhea as a weanling. Its sire is a leopard-colored stallion. As a 4 years old, Tosi Urhea has a little blanket pattern and distinctive roaning all over its body. Quite different when compared to this photo!

Appaloosa pattern, suppose this is spotted blanket. The base color is either flaxen chestnut or somewhat dark palomino. Extremely beautiful color and horse, though.

Smok N Hawk - Palomino Appaloosa Stallion in Keremeos, British Columbia Canada

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Seal brown near leopard appaloosa horse - stallion RR Lonesome Heartman

A cute Knabstrupper.  The Knabstrupper breed was first established in 1812 in Denmark. A chestnut mare with leopard complex blanket markings was bred to a solid-colored stallion, producing a colt with dramatic spotting. The mare and her son were each bred to many other horses, producing many offspring with spotting and establishing the Knabstrupper as a breed.

"Knabstrupper Tableau - Christiane Slawik" Picture by Christiane Slawik posters, art prints, canvas prints, greeting cards or gallery prints. Find more Picture art prints and posters in the ARTFLAK.

Nobodys Harlequin - He's obviously a Leopard Blanket, but the pattern is very unusual. He also has some Ticking around his ribs.

Nobodys Harlequin - He's obviously a Leopard Blanket, but the pattern is very unusual. He also has some Ticking around his ribs

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