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post #1 of 24 Old 07-20-2013, 12:43 AM Thread Starter
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He's a chameleon ;)

Grey
Black (ish)
Brown?

It's fun every day to guess what look he'll have lol.
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post #2 of 24 Old 07-20-2013, 12:49 AM
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his face makes him look like he is greying out. The last pic makes him look kind of roany.
How old is he ?
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5/6 ish.
What's funny is the those pics are only months total. And daily it's different. Gotta love grade horses!
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I used to ride an appaloosa mare that had face markings like that!

Aint really got grey goggles-- im thinking roan- neat markings!
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This was maybe a week or two ago...
He changes, it's halarious! Friend of ours boy didn't even know who he was at First last time he seen him. And the boy was all but born on horseback.
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Lol that's funny!

This mare up the road from me is black- had a black foal- thought she was going to roan out- she's completely grey now and she's a yearling- your boy is definitely different in that picture- Id be confused too if I didnt go out and see him every day!
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It's a running joke around here, I just say he's purple. It's as close as anyone could guess day to day.
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post #8 of 24 Old 07-20-2013, 01:36 AM
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He looks a lot like my 3 yr old, who is a bay-going-gray.

In the winter he looks more bay, in the summer more black. Meanwhile, he keeps getting more and more white hair. So in the summer it's like he is turning black and getting whiter at the same time!

I like his summer coat best.

Does your guy have white hair in his tail? It looks like he might, but not as much as my gelding.
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PS. My guy never had goggles, even as a foal. So not all greys have goggles. Here are some different color phases he went through.

I have a friend who I still don't think is convinced he's a grey.
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Yeppers, has lotsa gray hairs everywhere.

He's gray, I get that, but he changes color. Which I find amusing.
And the pictures of him brown and me on bareback are less then a week apart. Give or take a few hours.
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