Gray or grey is a coat color of horses characterized by progressive silvering of the colored hairs of the coat. Most gray horses have black skin and dark eyes; unlike many depigmentation genes, gray does not affect skin or eye color. Their adult hair coat is white, dappled, or white intermingled …
A gray Lipizzan horse. Grays are typically born a darker color, and their hair coat will be pure white before they are 10 years old as they age
This Andalusian horse has a completely white hair coat, but the underlying black skin still confirms that the horse is a gray and neither white nor sabino.
A gray mare with suckling foal. The light hairs around this foal's muzzle and eyes indicate that it will gray like its mother. Not all foals show signs of graying this young.
This yearling Arabian horse originally chestnut or bay, could be misclassified as roan. This stage is often called rose or iron gray.