Months ago, I jokingly talked about how "wiener horses" could become a big fad. Certainly, we already have fans of dish-faces, curly coats, blue eyes, etc, just like in the dog world, where we've bred for every weird trait imaginable. But what about hairless?
Yes, there are hairless horses. The horse above is called "Harry," And I predict that, within the next ten years, we'll see a fad of these, just like the current Gypsy Vanner fad, or the old Chintagoue Pony fad. The only things standing in the way are that hairless horses tend to have many more health problems, including sun burn and skin lesions, and the hairless trait is hard to breed for. You can read more about hairless horses here and here (scroll down a bit) as well as the history of very hairy horses...
Other upcoming fads? Totally Fell Ponies. They're black, pretty, and have lots of hair, just like the currently popular Friesian, but they eat less and take up less space. Also like the Friesian, they have the "European" mystique.
What do you think will be the next big horse fad?