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  • I have a black horse with brown around the eyes and muzzle what color is she
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    02-07-2011, 02:54 AM
Can't decide what color she is...

I can't quite decide what color my mare is. :) I was playing with the color calculator someone posted in another thread, but I'm not sure what to call her. She is a mostly white tobi, but her spots confuse me. Lol. They are black with white mixed in (not an even mix like a blue roan, but a good amount) except under her belly, around the corners of her mouth, and inside one ear. That is all reddish brown. If the "spot" in her tail was brown, I'd say she looked like a backwards bay... It is that way all the time, so not just weird winter fuzzies or sun bleaching. Will try to get pictures put up in the morning, but if anyone has any ideas, I love to hear them!
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    02-07-2011, 03:17 AM
Can you post a picture of you mare? We can guess all day long, but it would be easier with pictures.
    02-07-2011, 03:32 AM
Here are some. :) I hope they aren't huge. One full picture, then some closer ones of different spots. She also has some brown around her eye, but she wouldn't hold still for me to get a picture of that. Lol, not a fan of the camera sounds. (also, her leg isn't weird in the first pic, it's a vine on the fence. Lol)
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    02-07-2011, 07:06 AM
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I'd probably Call her Brown, they can be soo dark that they look black. But they also have that lighter coloring around the muzzle, eyes, and hip area. I know brown sounds ugly, but I got a colt who is brown. And he's just the cutest! Lol and your mare is gorgeous
    02-07-2011, 10:53 AM
Lilkitty is right. Your mare is brown (brown tovero to be exact on the pattern ). That is what I was thinking from your description, but it was not something I ever want to take a stab at without pictures.
    02-07-2011, 01:41 PM
Thanks guys! It doesn't really make a difference, was just curious!

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