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Chestnut, Flaxen Chestnut or Sorrel?

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    03-31-2011, 09:43 PM
Originally Posted by Chiilaa    
I'm sorry. Just because a registering body says there is a difference, doesn't mean there is one. Isn't this the same body that only recently accepted double dilutes but was fine with single dilutes?

Chestnut and Sorrel are the SAME colour genetically. Both would test as ee.
*sigh* Unfortunately, yes. They also only recently started recognizing bay roans as their own colour. For yearsss they were just called red roans and registered as such. Chestnut/Sorrel is a VERY different colour than bay.

The AQHA will register them as different colours though, sorrel and chestnut. If it's the red-orangey shade, they get called sorrel. If they're technically liver chestnuts or just more brown, they're chestnuts.
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    04-01-2011, 10:43 AM
When it comes down to it, I would never trust a registry to get the right color or to tell me the color. They are no where near up to date on color genetics. The JC is a perfect example of this...
    04-01-2011, 11:14 AM
Registering bodies are so dumb with colour sometimes. I know I rave about this, but in Australia we have a body called the Buckskin and Dun Horse Assoc. Granted they are just a colour registry... but still...

    04-01-2011, 11:54 AM
Is that registry part of the International Buckskin Horse Association? Hahaha. It's a colour registry for buckskins and duns. I do think their website says that buckskins CAN have dorsal stripes though.

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