Light grulla with dark points, black stripes on his legs, and no white anywhere. To die for.
Pat Worthington, Texas
Black-and-white tobiano with a star/stripe/snip. Paints are my dream!
Jade Bartnicki, Utah
Chestnut with lots of chrome—similar to my current gelding, with a blaze and three white stockings. He’s flashy!
Michele Buckley, Ontario, Canada
Palomino. While every good horse is always a good color, I’m drawn to golden and white. Probably because of Roy Rogers and Trigger?
Hannah Timonen, Michigan
Pure black with long, curly tresses (mane, forelock, tail) and a star.
Olivia Cornell, Pennsylvania
Light, golden chestnut with a snowflake Appaloosa pattern over the croup and four white socks.
Jolene Franklin, Colorado
Black with a perfect star on his forehead. (To be my dream equine, though, he’d also have to be a calm, loving horse that listens to everything I tell him.)
Kinsey Shankles, Tennessee
Jet black with a long, flowing mane and tail had been my dream, but when Bella, my golden palomino, came along, she changed my life forever.
Autumn Fetterolf, Pennsylvania
Black-and-white tobiano, like Little Joe Cartwright’s horse, Cochise, on the television show Bonanza.
Sheila Ford, Idaho
Mahogany bay, roundish star, no white on legs. Classic!
Lynn Winslow, California
Black with a blaze and four white stockings. His name would be New Moon’s Onyx Express, and his barn name would be Onyx.
Hannah Castles, Oklahoma
Blue roan with a star—that would definitely turn heads.
Megan D’Andrea, Ohio
Black with a long, white mane and tail. He’d also have white feathers on his legs and a bald face with two ice-blue eyes. “Ghost” would be his name.
Meghan Hanson, Oklahoma
Sorrel with a flaxen mane and tail and a narrow blaze.
Carol Lambert, Washington