English:Sabino is a group of white spotting patterns in horses that affect the skin and hair. A wide variety of irregular color patterns are accepted as Sabino. Sabino patterning is visually recognized by roaning at the edges of white markings, belly spots, irregular face markings, especially white extending past the eyes or onto the chin, white above the knees or hocks, and "splash" or "lacy" marks anywhere on the body, but particularly on the belly. Some sabinos have patches of roan patterning on part of the body, especially the barrel and flanks. Some sabinos may have a dark foot or two, but most have four white feet.
Minimal expression sabino
Two low socks, of which one comes to a point. A moderate facial marking that spreads over the lower lip and chin.
The left horse seems to only have a faint star and a tiny snip on the head, but the chin is white.
Moderate expression sabino
A classical sabino expression: four high uneven socks, wide blaze and chin white, white spot on belly.
"Classical sabino" markings with one dark leg
Four high uneven socks, a wide blaze.
Narrow blaze for a sabino, but the chin is white. Socks low for sabino but the hind ones come to a point.
Same horse seen from the other side
High expression sabino
Head white and four high socks with roaned edges. Roaned spots and roan hair unevenly spread over the body.
This horse has a great deal of roaning all over the body.
Bald face with great amounts of roan hair and "spattered" white on the neck; the horse looks spotted.
Very roaned markings, white roaned spots high on the body
Extreme roaning to the point of difficulty telling where marking ends and roaning begins.
Lots of roaning and "spatters", remarkably "lacey" marking edges
Abundant roaning and large markings on a pale flaxen chestnut base
This horse is roaned to the point it's hard to tell his base colour.