Have been looking at Appaloosa coat patterns to try and determine what colour Kinna is. For the record, here are the main patterns:
Leopard - white pattern exhibited to an extreme with base coloured spots of various sizes covering most of the body, like Sky's sire Capitall Hadrian:
Few Spot - base colour is nearly obscured by its Appaloosa white patterning covering up to 90% of its body. Horse may exhibit patches of colour on the heads, knees, elbows, flanks (called 'varnish marks'). Some may have as few as only one or two spots.
Snowflake - white spots, flecks, on a dark body. Typically the white spots increase in number and size as the horse ages.
Varnish - dark points (legs and head) and some spots or roaning over a light body. May occur in conjunction with another spotting style and change with age. Often starts out as a solid coloured horse that gets more white as it ages, but is not a grey.
Frost - similar to varnish but the white hairs are limited to the back, loins, and neck. May occur in conjunction with another spotting style and change with age. Often starts out as a solid coloured horse that gets more white as it ages.
Blanket - Most common and well known White blanket over hindquarters. Can have clean edges or be roaned. Most have dark spots on blanket field Spots may move and change with each shedding.
Snowcap - Similar to blanket except blanket field doesn’t have spots on it. White area can extend across most of body .Usually retain colour on head, legs, flanks and elbows.
And of course some horses can have a combination of these patterns:
So looking at all that, I think Kinna is a snowcap Appaloosa.