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post #11 of 176 Old 12-17-2012, 10:57 PM Thread Starter
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peppy, your jackpot is sutch a cutie;) i really like him& i love your palomino to(:
this is my golden buckskin, macey(:
Thank you so much. What a beautiful buckskin I love the dapples. Jackpot has a lil bit of dappling on his neck shoulders and hindquarters. But not as much a your beautiful buckskin.

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[QUOTE=EthanQ;1804280]Mr. Buckaroo's first ride a few weeks ago after recovering from his year long injury:)[QUOTE]
He looks great Ethan! My paint pepper was lame for a year as well so I know what your going through. PS I like the way you ride him that's what I like to do bareback with a halter.
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post #13 of 176 Old 12-18-2012, 12:31 AM
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Here's my Snoty girl

Anything where I can show off my girl, I am game. :P

The first one is her best impression of a moose.
2nd one is from the summer.
3rd one is her in all her dapply goodness right before a post-ride bath .
4th, showing her Miami pride, no matter how crummy they are doing.
5th, Sonata doing her best impression of a dog, evidently. I was batting around a badminton birdie and she decided she had to lay right there at my feet.
K, that is all for now. :)
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Beautiful horse I love her coloring!
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Thanks, me too! She has a wonderful sweet and sane personality and mind to go with it, too! She is only 3 and a half, and just had to have 3+ months off from riding due to surgery for a bone chip in her leg... We finally got to ride this weekend, and she was as good and normal as she always is... just not quite so slow, since there was so much to see, so much to do! :)
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post #16 of 176 Old 12-20-2012, 02:01 PM
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I'm always for sharing photos of my Appies!

This is Ryder, I co-own him with my friend. He is a Buckskin leopard app.

Ryder by Nix Alba, on Flickr

and this is my mare, Lacey. She is obviously palomino.

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Ohhh The Appy is purdy! Mine is half Appy... but only has one spot, a beauty mark on her neck. Pretty horses!
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Here is my Digby.
Either a buckskin or possible champagne amber.
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I remember seeing his eyes in another thread! Pretty boy! Is it possible for him to not be buckskin with his dark colored tips and socks? I don't know much about horse colors- but he has wonderful eyes!
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I remember seeing his eyes in another thread! Pretty boy! Is it possible for him to not be buckskin with his dark colored tips and socks? I don't know much about horse colors- but he has wonderful eyes!
The champagne gene is dilution gene distinct from the cream gene (which is responsible for buckskin & palomino) that can produce similar colors. They can be hard to tell apart from far away, but up close they can be distinguished by things such as hazel eyes & freckled skin (which the cream gene does not cause). The "champagne version" of buckskin is called amber champagne, and the palomino version is called gold champagne. Champagne also shows up in black horses (creating the color 'classic champagne') whereas cream does not show up on a black coat.

Some more reading: Champagne gene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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