Body color ranging from tan to red to reddish brown; mane and tail, black; usually black in lower legs
Body color brown, almost black, with tan or brown hairs on the muzzle or flanks. Mane and tail are black.
Body color is reddish or copper-red; mane and tail usually same color as body, but may be flaxen
Black color with fine black hair on muzzle. If question of dark brown or black, the color of the muzzle hairs will help decide.
Body color dark or brownish-red; mane and tail usually dark red or brownish-red, but may be flaxen.
Body color yellowish to golden dun, has a dorsal stripe, mane and tail are black or brown.
Mixture of white and black hairs. May appear as black at birth but coat changes to appear lighter with age.
Red or strawberry roan-has hairs of red, white and yellow intermingled, but usually darker on head and lower legs; can have red, black or flaxen mane and/or tail.
Blue roan-black and white hairs intermingled, but usually darker on head and lower legs.
Form of dun-yellowish or gold body color-black mane and tail, usually black on lower legs, no dorsal stripe.
Solid color or mottled roan fore-parts with lighter color over loin and hips, containing dark round or egg-shaped spots. Some white with spots over entire body. Mares are often less colorfully marked, being a mottled roan over the entire body.
Light or dark spots appearing over the basic body color.
A golden body color, varying from light yellow to a bright copper color, with white mane and tail, no dorsal stripe.
Pinto, Paint, Pied
Piebald-white and black combination.
Skewbald-white and any other color but black
Horse has a black mane and tail and the extremities of the body (feet, legs, etc.) have black coloring.
Ray or dorsal stripe
Dark line found down the backbone of some horses.
Dark stripes running horizontally on the forearm, knees, and cannon region.