Horses come in all shapes, sizes, breeds, and colors. If you tune in to a showjumping competition or a rodeo on tv, you’ll probably see a lot of brown horses (called chestnuts), white horses (called greys), and brown horses with black manes and tails (called bays). There are other horse coat colors that aren’t as common. Every now and again you might see a palomino, a buckskin, or a paint.
The horses on this list truly are horses of a different color. Keep reading to see horses that really stand out from the crowd.
These Horses Are Called Leopard Appaloosas For A Reason
These horses are appaloosas, but they’re very special kinds of appaloosas. These two spotted horses are leopard appaloosas. Leopard appaloosas are white horses that have dark spots that cover their entire bodies including down their legs.
Just like other appaloosas, these horses have prominent scleras. The horse closest to the camera also seems to have some pretty stunning wite eyelashes. These appaloosas also have mottled manes and tails. You better keep these horses away from Cruella de Vil, because each one of these boys is like ten dalmatians.