Lit., painted; hence, piebald; mottled; pied.
Any pied animal; esp., a pied or "painted" horse.
Horse with patches of white and another color (American Spanish, from pinto spotted )
a horse with large patches of white and another color. See: PAINT
Marked with white and some other color (usually patches of color on white). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
a spotted or calico horse or pony
a breed of horse with spots
a multi colored horse with large patches of brown white and/or black and white
a multi color ed horse with large patch es of brown , white, and/or black and white
a pattern not a color
The body coat pattern of a horse or pony having a dark background with random patches of white. The background can be any of the standard equine colors: black, bay, sorrel, palomino, etc. The white patches vary in shape and size and can be located almost anywhere on the body.
a horse with large splashes of any color and white. Hairs are not combined as with roans, but instead keep seperate with their own colors.
the American term for a part-colored horse, such as a skewbald or a piebald, which is when the coat is white and has patches of another color
A colourful (usually green) coat pattern found on a freshly washed and sparkling clean grey horse that was left unattended in his stable for ten minutes.
A two-colored animal characterized by large patches of color.
Term for coat color of white with patches of another color. See also piebald and skewbald
A coat pattern with large blotches of white and black or another color over body. Any breed may be a pinto.