Q:Which of the following is not a term used to describe a horse color pattern?
c. Radicchio is a red-colored, bitter, leafy vegetable often found in salad mixes. Rabicano refers to a limited roaning pattern where the white hairs are confined to the base of the tail and the flanks. Tobiano is a pinto pattern in which the white patches have distinct, sharp edges and typically cross the topline of the horse. Overo horses are less common, with ragged edges to the white spots, which tend to occur on the sides of the body, rather than crossing the topline.