Meet Shooter, my 4 yr old, gray QH.
Please don't make fun of his fly mask, it's better than nothing. I think it's kind of funny.
I'm still in denial that my pretty steel gray horseie is going to turn white! I know that all horses gray eventually go white at some point in their life. But as I've been reading more about it I noticed that there are different stages, and different horses will be different colors. I was just wondering if anyone could give me a hint on what color stages he will go through? Right now, in these photos I know he's in the steel gray phase, starting to move into the next phase. But will his next phase be Rose Gray?
Or Dappled gray?
Then after that stage, does it go to white gray, or flea bitten? Some sites say white gray, then fleabitten, and others say the other way around. Thank you!
**Images of the dapple gray and rose gray were borrowed off this site, (Grey Horse Coat Color Modifier | The Equinest)