Originally Posted by Wildcard
:S I have seen the DNA clarification for a horse that is the exact colouring of this horse and it is a bay. I don't remember whether it is wild bay or standard.
The light muzzle can be caused by the wild bay gene. I've never heard of a horse with a red body be called brown. :/
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Like I said, wild bay would affect the legs and mane, turning them lighter like the soft points. The OP's horse is not wild bay and unless she has pangere (which I highly doubt), given the mealiness of her soft points, the only other option is brown.
Wildcard, check out the thread on here called The Bad-Ass Brown (or something like that). There's a lot of browns on there that are lighter. Posted via Mobile Device