About 10 years ago, my husband bought a heifer about to calf from a neighbor who didn't want to deal with having to milk her. I was very surprised to see her when she arrived, due to her extremely distinct and unusual color pattern that I later learned was called "wild white". Every calf she dropped, and every calf from every generation since has had the same color pattern, which is recognizable by the white body, the solid black nose, and the spotted "eyebrow" and black "eyeliner". She looks better in her makeup than I do!
They tend to be smaller, stockier, more intelligent, and more outgoing than the average holstein, and they are my daughter's favorites. I like them because they are among the few that I can recognize. (My husband knows every cow on sight, which makes me feel kind of like a goofball because they all look pretty much alike to me.)
The photo isn't as well-focused as I had hoped... I am happy to have gotten any shot at all though, because she just wouldn't stand still for me!