overo

(from the article `Pinto`) ...Association and the American Paint Stock Horse Association, also considers breeding for registration and is concerned only with stock- and ...
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overo

Recessive equine coat-color pattern, consisting of a colored base coat with white patches and colored legs. The white markings are more irregular than the colored patches of the tobiano. White does not cross the back and the head is mostly white.
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Overo

A Paint or Pinto coat pattern of spots that are irregular, scattered, or splashy The horse usually has a large white facial marking as well
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Overo

Overo refers to several genetically unrelated pinto coloration patterns of white-over-dark body markings in horses, and is a term used by the American Paint Horse Association to classify a set of pinto patterns that are not Tobiano. Overo is a Spanish word, originally meaning `like an egg.`There are at least three genetically different spotting......
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