Champagne, Dunn, Cream.. modifiers? Help me understand!

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Champagne, Dunn, Cream.. modifiers? Help me understand!

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        07-20-2013, 12:39 PM
    Champagne, Dunn, Cream.. modifiers? Help me understand!

    I'm looking at buying a mare, who I believe is an Amber Champange. She's registered with AQHA and I plan on her being my future barrel horse.

    Anyway, I do plan on breeding her someday (if she's successful at barrels and I have the finances and so on. But not until I'm through with college in 9 years) and it made me wonder about a horse with two modifiers. I know you can get dunalinos (cream + dun) but I've never heard of a Champagne and Dun or anything. I'm just curious!

    Feel free to post pictures of your "modified" ;P horses!
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        07-20-2013, 02:51 PM
    Champagne + dun really isn't that rare.

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        07-20-2013, 11:21 PM
    I figured they were out there I just hadn't heard of any. But they look similar to a normal champagne aside from the dun markings so maybe that's why lol
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        07-21-2013, 01:54 AM
    A dunalino is chestnut + dun + cream, so red dun + cream. Just dun refers to bay dun, which when cream is added gets you a buckskin dun.

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