Does anyone have pictures of true red-dun horses? I'm particularly interested in their dorsal stripes - I've researched and learned that their stripes are not black, as in most duns... but I'm not sure how prominent they are in red dun horses? And, do the dorsal stripes go all the way from neck to tail in all cases?
I have some really good pictures of my red dun Curly. Subbing so I will post them when I get on my computer. Leg barring is very prominent, dorsal stripe with wither shading, his dorsal goes all the way down his tail.
His shade varies from season to season. And just like many horses, shading varies depending on the horse...as well as season, and diet. Some red duns are very prominent with their markings, while others...not so much. Posted via Mobile Device
Really only black and bay duns have black or near-black dorsal stripes. Any other color, red included, usually just has a darker shade compared to the rest of their body. Most red duns have a chestnut or liver chestnut dorsal stripe. Posted via Mobile Device