is there a "correct" colour for a coloured traditional cob?

fishy

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My Daughter has a traditonal coloured cob who she is just starting to show under saddle. She has entered him in ridden coloured an ridden cob.
I was just wondering if his colour would go against him, as he is dun,white and has black points eg: his knees ad in his mane and tail.
He is still a little green but she would like to eventually show at county level and i just wondered if it would affect his chances?https://www.facebook.com/atlanta.fi...815.1067328148.100000591721118&type=1&theater
 

MerrySherryRider

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He's absolutely gorgeous.

While there's not a 'correct' colour, the most favoured colour amongst the Traditional cob community is piebald.
More black than white, with markings even on both sides.
 
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