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post #21 of 123 Old 01-02-2010, 10:22 PM
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Romeo- Tri-color american paint or Bay Paint Overo
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post #22 of 123 Old 01-02-2010, 11:27 PM
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sixxofdiamonds, I would bet your horse is dunskin. Very nice looking horse.

Alot of color so far posted.
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post #23 of 123 Old 01-02-2010, 11:30 PM
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sixxofdiamonds, I would bet your horse is dunskin. Very nice looking horse.

Alot of color so far posted.

Nope, just a plain old dun. :) Thanks, I think he's a good lookin' guy. But I'm biased.

ETA: He is registered with two different buckskin horse associations and after review of photos deemed just a plain dun, nothing special other than a lighter coat coloring.

ETA 2: I suppose he could be considered dunksin (palomino sire and dun mother) but he's just a dun to me. Though I bet he would throw color if he was kept a stud. ;)

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post #24 of 123 Old 01-02-2010, 11:49 PM
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I bet he would of thrown lots of color, very nice horse.

Yes the reason being said dunskin is because his light color resembles buckskin and add the dun factor dunskin. Bet he if he was tested he'd be dunskin with the creme gene from the palomino. Though with geldings doesn't matter too much...lol he's nice on the eyes that's for sure.
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post #25 of 123 Old 01-03-2010, 12:04 AM
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Not a lot of odd colors at my house. Bays and sorrels for the most part but Pokey is a buckskin with just a touch of smutty in the winter.


Here is the best pic I have of his sootyness.


Dobe is a dapple gray right now but is turning fleabitten. He also has a "bloody shoulder mark" like Lacey, only his is on his face.



You can just barely see his fleabites because they are buckskin colored, but the blood mark is pretty obvious.


I thought this filly had some unusual coloring. I rode her for a friend of mine. She is a flaxen red roan sabino.............I think . I never was too familiar with the paint specifics.




This gray mare that I rode for another customer had an unusual white patch on her left butt cheek along with being slightly dappled.

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post #26 of 123 Old 01-03-2010, 01:14 AM
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WOW Love that face!!!!! Very cute Im a big fan of the Tri-color paints! You can see mine above!!!
Aww... how cute! And thanks.. I loove tri's as well. <333
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post #27 of 123 Old 01-03-2010, 01:39 AM
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Dancer is a Grulla - AKA Black Dun. She comes complete with the black dorsal stripe, and a bit of shadowing across her shoulders. She has some tiger stripes on her legs and "zippers" running up the back of her legs...

I believe the color grulla is considered to be a variant on the buckskin? At least, from what I've read, she's eligible for registry with the American Buckskin Association - or at least, she would be if she was registered as something. The only thing she's registered as is a full fledged PITA!
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post #28 of 123 Old 01-03-2010, 01:44 AM
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ShutUpJoe from the pic she looks palomino to me to, but she's not an overo, she's a tobiano.

Sixxofdiamonds I guess you'd never know for sure without testing, but he looks buckskin dun to me to! And w/ a palomino parent it's very likely! Gorgeous either way!

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