The official website of The Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK).
CONTINUOUSLY WORKS TO PROMOTE THE COLOURED HORSE AND PONY IN ALL EQUESTRIAN SPHERES.
The definition of a “coloured” horse or pony is one whose coat colour is either (piebald) or white and any other colour (skewbald), e.g. bay, roan, chestnut; with a patch of naturally occurring white coat. This white patch must be on the body above the level of the stifle or elbow, excluding any face markings. Any white marking below this does not qualify. Manes and tails may also be white or have white in them.