Tuesday, January 27, 2009


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Sabino is a paint pattern that is fairly common, but not as much as Overo and Tobiano. A Sabino horse typically has 4 white stockings, a blaze or bald face, and white under the belly. This pattern is very common in Clydesdale's. A horse can also have the sabino gene and not have any white on its belly, so the horse only shows a bald face and stockings.

Here are 2 Clydesdale sabino horses:

Here is an example of a horse that does not have white on its belly.

This sabino foal has a very high stocking on its back left leg:

This is a good example of classic sabino.

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