Morgans come in all horse colours. They usually have solid,
dark shades such as black, bay and chestnut. Some breeders
are specialized in creating Morgans that have pinto, palomino
gray, dun the roan color, as well as other uncommon coloring.
There isn’t an official breed standard that covers this aspect of
the Morgan’s look.
In this sense, Thoroughbreds, Morgans and Quarter Horses
could be classified as warmbloods however, they aren’t. In
Europe Warmblood horses were specifically bred to be
all-purpose driving and riding horses. Prior to The World
Wars, many were employed for military purposes.