What do you get when you cross a zebra with a horse? You get a zorse, of course, of course. My kingdom for a zorse. . .oh, Shakespeare my bad. I digress.
A Zorse is a result of a zebra stallion mating with a horse mare. But, crossing a horse stallion with a zebra mare results in a Hebra. Zorses are more common than Hebras. Zorses inherit the color from their horse parent and stripes from the zebra parent.
The Zorse and Hebra should not be confused with the zebroid (zedonk, zebra mule or zebrule) which are the offspring of any cross between a zebra and mule or donkey. Offspring of a donkey sire and zebra dam, called a zebra hinney or donkra.
None of these hybrids should be confused with the centaur which is half ass and half horse.