A white Albino horse is a horse that is born with a genetic condition called albinism, which causes a lack of pigment in the skin, hair, and eyes.
Albino horses have a pure white coat, pink skin, and blue eyes, which can be sensitive to bright light.
Albino horses are rare and are often considered to be more susceptible to sunburn, skin cancer, and other health problems because of their lack of pigment.
As a result, they require extra care and protection from the sun.
It is important to note that not all white horses are albino.
Some horses may have a white coat due to other genetic factors or because they have been selectively bred for a specific color.