The Irish Red and White Setter looks like an Irish Setter that's had half a gallon of bleach spilled on it. The Red and White is evidently the older breed, derived from "Spaniels" brought to Ireland by returning Crusaders (everything on four legs that wasn't manifestly a horse was called a "Spaniel". Irish Wolfhounds were considered horses until well into the 20th century, when they began to be thought of as buildings.)
The Irish Red and White Setter, unlike the Irish Setter, is still primarily a hunting dog, as it prefers to dress in tweed and can seldom be trained to use the right fork. The breed's table manners are atrocious and its discourse tends to the ribald, making it an unsuitable companion for town. In the country, however, the Irish Red and White Setter can be a great and faithful friend if you can keep it out of the claret.