A Beautiful Glittering Lie
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What does 'piebald' mean?

Find out what piebald means. Piebald is explained by J D R Hawkins - author of A Beautiful Glittering Lie

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A horse with a white face is referred to as a piebald.

In my novel, A Beautiful Glittering Lie, the term "piebald" is used as follows:

(Page 15)
The yearling was his pride and joy, the offspring of Hiram’s stallion. Renegade was piebald, a dark chestnut highlighted with white patches spanning under his belly, and white socks reaching up to his knobby knees. His mane and tail were light flaxen, and his uniquely-colored eyes were hazel, the same color as David’s.

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Chapter 1: Chapter One
"...The yearling was his pride and joy, the offspring of Hiram’s stallion. Renegade was piebald, a dark chestnut highlighted with white patches spanning under his belly, and white socks reaching up to his knobby knees. His mane and tail were light flaxen, and his uniquely colored eyes were hazel, the same color as David’s. ..."

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