Originally Posted by MacabreMikolaj
What happens if they aren't born black or brown?
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Haha I honestly have no idea, I'm not a breeder. Although I have seen his grey babies and his black babies, so I understand the difference. I do not know about dun's or chestnuts that go grey, although they never look like a "standard" grey does to me either. Like.. there is grey (which started as black or near black), and then there is color that has gone grey, and you can always tell what the color is underneath until they fully white out. But a black horse that has gone grey is always incredibly striking with the dark steely color and the outstanding dapples. Those are the greys I am used to seeing. That funky greyish looks like it might be a roan but really isn't a roan (like the OP posted)? I don't see them very often to be honest.