Morab color coats are similar to the Arabian breed. It reproduces the standard colors of the Morgan (Chestnut, Brown, Bay and Black). It also inherits the blending of lighter colors that include Buckskin, Palomino, Grey and Dun. White markings or “chrome” are frequently found on the face and on any of the four legs up to the hock but not above.
Prohibited is the glass eye some breeds exhibit and color patterns that are characteristic of the Pinto or Paint horses.
The chestnut coat ranges from shades of golden red to dark reddish brown. The mane, tail and legs are not black but are the color of the body or shades darker or lighter.
The color coat is basically black with light mealy areas at the muzzle, eyes and inside the legs.
Expected color coats are reddish shades from a red-tan to dark mahogany brown. All bay horses have black manes and tails and black legs below the knees and hocks.
A true black is a horse without any light areas.
This color is a darker shade of dun with black dorsal strip, black mane and tail and black on the lower legs.
The grey color includes everything from a color coat with dark and white hairs, to dapple grey, to white.
A very pale creamy yellow to a deep golden yellow. The color coat is frequently seen with flaxen, silver or white mane and tail.
Defined as a yellowish coat with darker dorsal strip and sometimes stripes on the legs. Mane and tail are not black.
White that extends to the top of the pastern.
White that extends to the top of the fetlock (ankle).
White that extends to midway on the cannon.
White extending above midway on the cannon.
White extending to approximately 1” above the hoof.
White marking found on the back of the hoof.
White on the forehead, located above a line running from eye to eye.
White extending from the line of the eyes toward the line running from nostril to nostril.
A white or flesh mark between the nostrils or on the upper or lower lip.