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I especially like how the leopard spotted pattern has been illustrated, that way it looks really credible for a wildtype animal.
I only have two remarks. As far as I know, the black phenotype suppresses the expression of pangare/countershading, so the black horse should be wholly black, and the chestnut allele e is, as far as the literature that I know, is a mutation in domestic horses that did not show up before the Holocene.
Ludwig et al. 2009: Coat color variation at the beginning of horse domestication
Sandovall-Castellanos et al. 2017: Coat colour adaption of post-glacial horses to increasing forest vegetation. 2017.