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post #11 of 18 Old 04-08-2013, 01:25 PM
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She is pretty and that baby looks nice.
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post #12 of 18 Old 04-08-2013, 05:24 PM
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I find this mare an odd shade for a bay dun, but doesn't quite look dunskin to me either..hmmm



Another picture of her at: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater and
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post #13 of 18 Old 04-09-2013, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Hmm yes... Something else I've thought about... There are supposedly colours/shades in Kiger mustangs that don't appear in other horses...

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Hmm yes... Something else I've thought about... There are supposedly colours/shades in Kiger mustangs that don't appear in other horses...
I know you like to quote this, but there is no factual basis to this claim. There are no colors in Kigers that do not appear in other horses. I grew up near where the Kiger Mustangs live and have seen hundreds of them both in the wild and in the holding facility in Burns/Hines, Oregon (where I lived for 18 years and go home and visit my family every year). While there are some unique shades of dun in Kigers, the same could be said for various other domestic horses (Fjords for example). There are no colors that the Kiger Mustang comes in that does not exist in some other horse breed.
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I know you like to quote this, but there is no factual basis to this claim. There are no colors in Kigers that do not appear in other horses. I grew up near where the Kiger Mustangs live and have seen hundreds of them both in the wild and in the holding facility in Burns/Hines, Oregon (where I lived for 18 years and go home and visit my family every year). While there are some unique shades of dun in Kigers, the same could be said for various other domestic horses (Fjords for example). There are no colors that the Kiger Mustang comes in that does not exist in some other horse breed.
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Nokota I know that you like to believe that there are rare/speshul kolors in kigers and other mustangs but there are not.
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I know you like to quote this, but there is no factual basis to this claim. There are no colors in Kigers that do not appear in other horses. I grew up near where the Kiger Mustangs live and have seen hundreds of them both in the wild and in the holding facility in Burns/Hines, Oregon (where I lived for 18 years and go home and visit my family every year). While there are some unique shades of dun in Kigers, the same could be said for various other domestic horses (Fjords for example). There are no colors that the Kiger Mustang comes in that does not exist in some other horse breed.
Ah ok. Well, I've listened to a bunch of people who own kigers, so thats where I get it from

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And you bring that up every single time we point out there are no special colors in mustangs that are not in other horses.
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And you bring that up every single time we point out there are no special colors in mustangs that are not in other horses.
I'm sorry. By that I'm not saying I disagree. I'm just saying where I got the info from. I do have a lot to learn yet about colour, but im just explaining myself is all.

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