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Overo Pattern
Paint Horse

"oh vair' oh" as its pronounced usually as an all dark back that white does not cross between the withers and the tail. Normally one if not all legs are dark. The white is irregular and looks scattered or splashy. They have distinctive head markings, often bald-faced, apron-faced, or bonnet-faced. They may be either prodominently dark or white. The tail is usually one color.


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