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post #11 of 31 Old 11-06-2012, 05:03 AM
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Bay horse in winter...

This post has a few shots of "Bubba" - a brown that mimics "classic" bay in summer but is definitely bay

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post #12 of 31 Old 11-06-2012, 05:38 AM Thread Starter
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Ok he's a brown that mimicks bay? But he's bay... Ok I tried to read the whole thread to figure it out.Ok I got some sorty crappy shots of his summer coat last year (he's not photogenic lol...) and then it will be ordered end of winter and early spring....I'll take a picture today of his face! I have to braid hair!
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I figure he's a bay, but I enjoy showing him off, lol... He's such a sweetie! The pic with the flag blanket he has a darker face, but it's even darker this year. But I'll post pics tomorrow. If you forget aboutme I'll just message them to you chiilea. He's filled out so nice! :)

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I won't forget about you - I read every thread in this part of the forum, and usually get to read twice a day - no life, I know lol.

Is his muzzle paler than the rest of his face?
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Hold on... I'll do digging, but I think it is in the winter, but the very tip turns black?... He turns really red... Its hard to remember the details...lol these r the goofy faces he does when I take pics! Then when he hears the click his ears perk up, lol...
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This is his brown half brother. I was braiding and deburring... I didnt take a pic when I finished either!!! I took the picture showing how bad he had the burrs, lol... Not a flattering angle of him either.
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Your bay is like mine. As her winter coat comes in, she gets darker, almost a dark brown/black appearance, especially around her face. I'll have to get some pics and post them.
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Your bay is like mine. As her winter coat comes in, she gets darker, almost a dark brown/black appearance, especially around her face. I'll have to get some pics and post them.
Your "bay" is brown in that case.

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Yea, Buck's brother is owned by my mother in law. Him and his brother are browns. I thought they were bays for the longest time. I think that's why I didnt get Buck's coloring. But by time I started pulling out old braids yesterday I couldnt get a good picture. Is Buck (the horse I was asking about) a Bay or a light brown?

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I am leaning toward light brown to be honest.

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