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Additional alleles control spotting, graying, suppression or dilution of color, and other effects that create the dozens of possible coat colors found in horses. Chestnut, bay, brown, and black are the Some Say - Various - Ponies In A Stable equine coat colors. These colors are modified by at least ten other genes to create all other colors, including dilutions such as palomino and spotting patterns such as pinto. Horses which are white in coat color are often mislabeled as "white" horses.
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The only horses properly called white are born with a white hair coat and have predominantly pink skin, a fairly rare occurrence.
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