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post #21 of 51 Old 01-29-2012, 04:27 AM
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post #22 of 51 Old 01-29-2012, 08:51 AM
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My pali's eyes are light like that. A friend suggested I test for Champagne, but never have, as I understand most Champagne's eyes start out as green as babies? Mine did not have green eyes as a baby so I have never tested. Maybe I should lol. Pretty mare btw

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post #23 of 51 Old 01-30-2012, 12:35 PM
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if you've had her since a baby--her eyes would have went from ice blue, to greenish to amber. My gold champagne had more reddish amber eyes as an adult.

I don't see her as being a champagne.

I have seen gold colored eyes on bays and even a few on blacks...they really stand out. In Puerto Rican Paso Finos, it is very common..they call them Tiger Eyes.
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Oh..and apparently... The Horse | Researcher Receives Grant to Study 'Tiger Eye' in Paso Finos Someone has received a grant to study the tiger eyes in the Paso Finos..

I HAVE seen them on other horses...just these were the first that popped into mind and the easiest to hunt down as it seems like it's very common in this breed. I've seen them on arabians and thoroughbreds and morgans as well...and some grade horses.
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As far I I can remember her eyes were always gold. Though I didn't see her till she was 6 months old.
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if you've had her since a baby--her eyes would have went from ice blue, to greenish to amber. My gold champagne had more reddish amber eyes as an adult.

I don't see her as being a champagne.

I have seen gold colored eyes on bays and even a few on blacks...they really stand out. In Puerto Rican Paso Finos, it is very common..they call them Tiger Eyes.
File:Cute-pasofino-mare-with-gold-eyes.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

File:Blood-bay-paso-fino-horse.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Oh..and apparently... The Horse | Researcher Receives Grant to Study 'Tiger Eye' in Paso Finos Someone has received a grant to study the tiger eyes in the Paso Finos..

I HAVE seen them on other horses...just these were the first that popped into mind and the easiest to hunt down as it seems like it's very common in this breed. I've seen them on arabians and thoroughbreds and morgans as well...and some grade horses.
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I LOVE THEM! She is so pretty!
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post #27 of 51 Old 01-31-2012, 02:51 PM
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My gold champagne geldings eyes didn't start turning greenish (they were a pale marine aqua color at this point at first) until he was about 8 months old. They werent amber until he was a yearling.

I'm guessing it's just normal pale eyes on her to be honest. Cremes often tend to have paler eyes as well...and then there are the Tiger Eyes some breeds have...but it can pop up anywhere.
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post #29 of 51 Old 02-01-2012, 01:44 AM
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What a pretty girl!!! Love those eyes.

I learned about dilutes from my German Shepherd! She had 9 pups..one died at birth. 3 slate gray puppies (one died at birth) 3 white pups, 1 black, 2 black and tans. The grey pups had the same marks as the black and tan but they had ice blue ices. As adults, the grey pups looked like regular saddle back GS but their noses were dark grey, not black and their eyes were a funny golden green color! Wicked looking eyes!

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What a pretty girl!!! Love those eyes.

I learned about dilutes from my German Shepherd! She had 9 pups..one died at birth. 3 slate gray puppies (one died at birth) 3 white pups, 1 black, 2 black and tans. The grey pups had the same marks as the black and tan but they had ice blue ices. As adults, the grey pups looked like regular saddle back GS but their noses were dark grey, not black and their eyes were a funny golden green color! Wicked looking eyes!
I LOVE German Shepherd's! Our's is a 105 lb. Black one.. Those sound like cool eyes too!
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