Splashed White Pinto:
White Blanket Appaloosa:
Few Spot Leopard Appaloosa:
Varnish Roan Appaloosa:
Roan Blanket Appaloosa:
Bird Catcher Spots:
just trying to calm this down
Never said it was bad, but you just cant trust it
That's what I do
Cass, it's fine if Dragon trusts Wikipedia
Dragon, liking Wikipedia is fine but fact-check it on another site afterwards
I'm not being sarcastic
I don't think so
I hope your being sarcastic Dragon xD
supposedly it isn't always reliable because "anyone can edit it and change the article" or something, but it's usually okay ((don't tell my teacher I said that))
Cass, how could you not like Wikipedia?!?!
that was from here: http://www.theequinest.com/colors/markings/legs/
okay, here's what theequinest.com says:
This is the smallest of the leg markings & shows the least amount of white. The mark is only displayed around the coronet band, generally rising no more than an inch up from the hoof.
Often difficult to distinguish from the coronet marking, the pastern takes up where it leaves off. The white mark extends more than an inch above the hoof over the pastern but stops at or below the fetlock joint.
Fetlock or Boot
Taking up where the pastern leaves off, the fetlock white marking extends up over the fetlock joint up onto the cannon area.
Sock or High White
The sock white marking extends beyond the fetlock but doesn’t reach above the knee or hock of the animal.
my teachers say to never cite it because it's unreliable, but it's okay for a first quick check. If that info matches what two or three other sites say, it's probably accurate
Wikipedia is the worst resource you could use. Idk if you guys are being sarcastic, but believe nothing from that website
Shorting it to TGH or GH?
its faster to type that way
I did not know that, and I was just making sure you knew what that meant (I find it kinda annoying when people shorten it to GH)
technically it's called an initialism but acronym is more well-known