Red Roan Isn’t Red
This is a red roan quarter horse, which you can tell because of the well-developed hind end. Roans are often solid-colored with white fur mingled in with the base coat. They typically feature a chestnut base, but the white patches make them look pink. Still, their tails and manes are solid brown.
Dapple Grey Changes with Age
You can see this dapple grey Arabian horse, but when the coat is called “grey,” it means the horse could be white or grey. Typically, grey horses have dark coats and turn white with age. This one is probably younger!