a horse whose entire coat, mane, and tail is black with the exception of white markings.
having a black background with black markings
The player who moves second. (But, in the Orient, the player with white stones traditionally moves second.)
The entire coat of the horse is black, including the muzzle, the flanks, the mane, tail and legs, unless white markings are present.
Black hairs are general throughout the body coat, limbs, mane and tail. Hairs of other colours are not present but white hairs may be present as markings, flecking or ticking.
Body, head muzzle, flanks and legs are covered with uniform black hair.
The entire coat of the horse is black. The muzzle, flanks, mane, tail, and legs are black; however, white markings may be present.