has a reddish brown coat and always has black points.
Bay
has a mixed brown and black coat with black points
brown
has a lighter reddish brown (coppery) color. Points are the same color as their body.
Sorrel
is a darker reddish brown color. Points are the same color as their body.
Chestnut
has a pure black coat with no signs of any color.
black
golden colored coat with a white or light cream colored mane and tail.
palomino
light-to-dark sandy yellow or tan color. Has all black points.
Buckskin
almost white coat. Mane and tail are the same color as the body.
Cremello
also almost have a white coat. Mane and tail are a bit darker with light copper orange color.
Perlino
have sandy yellow coat. Always have a "dorsal" stripe.
dun
black skin, gray/smoky coat
grullo
have black skin with white or gray hair.
gray
Bay, Brown, Sorrel, Chestnut, Gray, Grullo, Dun, Buckskin, Cremello, Perlino, Palomino, Black horses
American Quarter Horse
a horse is measured using a _______.
hand
Apaloosa, Arabian, Mustang, Thoroughbred horses
Light
has a pattern that is applied on top of a base coat
appaloosa
black skin, have white markings but only come in solid colors.
Arabian
black skin, can have a variety of patches, colors, spots, and stripes.
mustang
most commonly brown or bay, chestnut, or gray. Black is not as common.
thoroughbred
a male horse
stallion
a female horse
mare
a horse up to one year old
foal
a male horse under the age of four years old
colt
a female horse that is less than four years old
filly
a male horse that is unable to breed
gelding