Originally Posted by Chiilaa
Pangare is a different effect to the mealiness that comes with brown IME. Brown tends to be a much warmer, creamier tone, while pangare tends towards a cold, whiter shade.
This too can vary. I have seen animals with extensive WHITE pangare, or very deep tan. In donkeys it is heterozygous, but homozygouts have whiter points than do heterogygouts.
These are my mares. They are unrelated to one another, and are not even of the same breed. The filly on the left is tested BAY. The mare on the right is tested BROWN.
Leah in TX