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post #1 of 31 Old 03-08-2013, 11:51 AM Thread Starter
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Dunn??

so this is my registered 3 year old quarter horse Dunni. I know that he is a dun but I am wondering if there is anything else going on.
He was born a palomino color and has gotten darker.
His sire is registered as a blue roan, out of a bay roan stallion and a gray mare.
His dam is registered a dun, out of a dun stalion ans a grey mare

Ok so now I will try and get the pics up lol
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What kind of dun was the dam? Dun by itself isn't helpful. Lol

Appears to potentially be a palomino dun with sooty or maybe a dunskin but knowing the dams color would help. And pictures of sire and dam too would be great since a lot of people lump bay/brown roan into blue.
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He looks like a sooty palomino dun. He is very cute whatever he is. :)

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What kind of dun was the dam? Dun by itself isn't helpful. Lol

Appears to potentially be a palomino dun with sooty or maybe a dunskin but knowing the dams color would help. And pictures of sire and dam too would be great since a lot of people lump bay/brown roan into blue.
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For some reason I can't get the mares pic off of facebook. She looks identical to him
His sire was a blue roan black face and legs blue body. No way he was not a blue but I don't have any pictures of him anymore.
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I agree that he is a Palomino Dun with a strong sooty gene.
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Like I said earlier Dunalino she has sooty making things looks darker.
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Do you have pics of the sire and dam?
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So its the sooty that is making him go dark? His mane now is a dark black/ grey and his tail is grey
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Are you positive neither the sire nor dam got gray from one of their parents? He REALLY looks pally and/or dunalino going gray to me. And gray does a FANTASTIC job of adding false dun factor. And especially on cream bases it starts out like this A LOT. Adding all of the black to the legs and points.
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