In North Yorkshire, England, horses abound at Fyling Hall Riding School. One horse, in particular, definitely stands out from the crowd.
Born in May, this chestnut foal has a distinctive marking on his flank and neck.
The white spot, which even extends to his mane, is the spitting image of the horse himself.
Wendy Bulmer, who runs the riding school, gave the special horse his name: Da Vinci, or Vinny for short.
His classic name is a tribute to what can only be described as a work of art on his side.
Vinny's mother was acquired by Bulmer earlier in the year at a horse sale, so she was surprised to see the mare growing larger each week.
She says Vinny was a surprise to begin with, but the real shocker was his adorable coloring.
While Bulmer wasn't happy at first about having a new foal and all the expenses that came along with it, Vinny has worked his way into everyone's hearts.
"He is so friendly and the kids love him," explains Bulmer.
Vinny is a stunner in photos, but watching him in action is even better.
If you're ever in Robin Hood's Bay, make sure to stop by the school and see if you can spot the foal for yourself.
Via: Daily Mail