The American Albino horse is also called the American Cream & White and are not actually albino animals. The albino gene is fatal to horses and rarely survives beyond the womb.
A Touchy Subject
There is a great deal of controversy surrounding albino horses in the equine world. Like unicorns, some say they exist and some say they don’t.
To Further The Confusion
The registry was developed in 1936 to track Old King’s bloodlines and breeding. He was initially bred to Morgan mares, but as with most color breeds, American Albinos come in all shapes and sizes.