Submitted by Jill J. - Mr. Incredible - Canadian Half Welsh pony
Bred by Two Willows Equine
Picture by Katie Damon Photography
We’ve extended our Splash of Color feature on
YourDressage! Whether your horse is a registered Paint, Appaloosa, Knabstrupper, or Gypsy Horse, sports a patched or spotted coat, or wears lots of chrome, this month is for you!
Dressage enthusiasts who ride colorful horses have the opportunity to earn special awards through the
Adequan®/USDF All-Breeds Awards as the American Paint Horse Association, Appaloosa Horse Club, Knabstrupperforeningen for Danmark (KNN), Gypsy Horse Registry Of America, and Gypsy Vanner Horse Society are all Participating Organizations.
We recently asked our social media followers to share photos of their loudly colored horses, and let us know what makes these horses so special. Below, you can see some of their photos and stories, and check out
Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, and Part Five! Keep an eye out for more galleries and exclusive stories featuring these incredibly special horses through the end of January 2022!
Do you want to share a photo of your colorful horse? E-mail us at email@example.com for your chance to be featured!
Submitted by Selena P. – This is my mare ..My Oh My …Mya
Submitted by Janell C. – My handsome flea bitten 💙 he has black and chestnut “bites”
Submitted by Dan B. – This is my gelding. He is a a 9 year old registered Friesian Sport Horse but he is also a Friesian/Knabbstrupper cross.
Submitted by Dan B. – In August we finished the last 2 scores to earn our USDF bronze medal and in 2019 he was First Level Champion for USDF All Breed under Friesian Sporthorse.
Submitted by Maureen V. – This is 18 yr old Friesian Heritage Horse Hope Floats. We got our Bronze Medal in this test……She is a DIVA and she is my heart horse. We have been together since she was 3. In 5 years we will be eligible to do our century ride! Read Hope Floats’ story
Submitted by Maureen V. – This is my other splash of color horse. She is Just Do It aka Lucy. She is a Gypsy Vanner Cross and she is 5 years old and showing 2nd level. She is also most certainly a Unicorn
Submitted by Jamie R. – Mischief Managed my turning 8 AWB
Submitted by Heather E. – Redeemed Lace – kill pen rescue: unbroke Amish plow horse turned 2nd/3rd level dressage horse with a JR rider aboard
Submitted by Patricia A. – My 7 yr old mustang “Keeper”
Submitted by Denise S. – Splash, 2003 Oldenburg/Arabian/Lippizan/Thouroughbred photo by Tracy Trevorrow
Submitted by Katherine B. – We’re not very talented at dressage, but admire those that are! ♥️
Submitted by Erin E.
Submitted by Annalee B.
Submitted by Victoria A.
Submitted by Helen F. – St Royal Konig 2014 Oldenburg stallion.
Submitted by Terry T. – My TB x Gypsy Vanner “Celtic Harlequin.” #AWSSR proud.
Submitted by Susan P. – Beth Hernandez and Leahe Webb Daby competing at CDS Jr. Championships on paint horses
Submitted by Morgan C. – My 4 year old American Warmblood mare doing her first canter test at a schooling show 🥰
Submitted by Pamela M.
Submitted by Stephanie A. – Dual registered American Sugarbush Harlequin Draft/Stonewall Sporthorse stallion, He’za Big O Texas Star aka Roo. Bred and owned by Texas Dotted Drafts.
Submitted by Megan R. – Deco’s Wonder (Luna) by Art Deco
Submitted by Amelie P.
Submitted by Amy C. – Handsome Jack, my 15 year old Oldenburg
Submitted by Tina L. – My boy Henry and hopefully future dressage partner.
Submitted by Huckleberry B. – Kai and Chips A’Hoy, a Pony Of America, in Anchorage Alaska
Submitted by Rachael H. – My beautiful boy Remi ♥️ Will be 30 years old in a couple months and still sassy as ever!
Submitted by Alix F. – Not sure if he counts as lots of color or lack there of (cremello) but “Pinky” was rescued as a feral AQHA stallion and quickly became a super fun low level dressage horse.
Submitted by Jessie M. – My pinto/morgan, Redhawk
Submitted by Charleen M. – I love them all! But here is my beautiful Jojo!
Submitted by Sarah A. – His Royal Hijinx. Most common question at a show: “What color/breed is your horse?” He’s a (sooty) Buckskin TB and my favorite dance partner in the sandbox ❤ 📸: Tonya Nelson
Submitted by Chrissteen M. – Easy Swinger an APHA. photo credit Casual creation photography. He is now 21 years old happily hanging out as a pasture pet. ❤️
Submitted by Heather N. – My daughter Ella and her paint horse Mick (B Real Special)
Submitted by Maddie D. – Valiant.. North American Spotted Draft. Served with the Virginia Beach Police Mounted Patrol from 2016-2021. I adopted Valiant in October when he was retired. Looking forward to so many adventures with my heart horse 💜
Submitted by Michele N. – Tequila Rose my 6 year old Percheron Paint X 🌹
Submitted by Donna K.
Submitted by Jill J.
Submitted by Renee T.
Submitted by Renee T.
Submitted by Krissy B. – My future dressage partner !! 2020 Arabian/saddlebred Knighttime PhanTsy
Submitted by Colleen S. – my old NSH Comanche. Had him from 10-26.
Submitted by Bryn D. – Layla. Choctaw mustang pony
Submitted by Mandy B. – My cremello unicorn. Hopefully making his training level debut this summer.
Submitted by Susan P. – Me and my pinto Hobo Photo by Sharon Fibelkorn-Chapman
Subitted by Tess R. – Addy in her first dressage show a few years ago being ridden by a young Lilly Miranda. Addy is a draft cross who has angel wings on her forehead and a black bow on her derriere. She has a particolored eye and a brown eye. She teaches young riders.
Submitted by Paula T. – My mare Autumn Belle
Submitted by Carol M.
Submitted by Dawn M. – Blondes have more fun!
Submitted by Deanna H. – True Colors – PMU rescue. shown through 4th level with dreams of FEI
Submitted by Susan G.
Submitted by Christine R. – My beautiful boy! – Thanks Lisanne Close
Submitted by Renee T. – Dressage at Devon
Submitted by Lisa O.
Submitted by Elie E. – My future spotty star following the leas of my current plain brown wrapper 🤩 Like this: Like Loading...
[…] We recently asked our social media followers to share photos of their loudly colored horses, and let us know what makes these horses so special. Below, you can see some of their photos and stories, and check out Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, Part Five, and Part Six! […]