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post #31 of 38 Old 02-27-2014, 11:11 PM
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Phoenix has had her fair share of injuries and the hair doesn't seem to come back any darker mm
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post #32 of 38 Old 07-08-2014, 05:24 PM
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There are definitely many fans of the dilute Appaloosa. I have a dun snowcap, a buckskin fewspot (who had a buckskin leopard half-Arab filly, even more rare), a champagne/buckskin w/ blanket (3yr old colt for sale), a dunalino with lacy blanket half-arab and her dunalino with lacy blanket 3/4 arab filly. And I've sold a solid buckskin appy gelding, a buckskin blanketed stallion, a buckskin leopard half-arab gelding, a cremello blanketed mare, a perlino blanketed mare, a buckskin blanketed half-arab filly. They are definitely out there and have a following :)
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post #33 of 38 Old 07-09-2014, 12:21 AM
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Some horses that look dilute or "off color" and have Lp, may be color-shifed or bronzed. For some cool examples, like tested black horses who look chesnut! Google "lets talk about appaloosa bronzing" and click on the link you find. I can't link it here because it's another forum and I'm pretty sure it's against the rules.
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post #34 of 38 Old 07-09-2014, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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There are definitely many fans of the dilute Appaloosa. I have a dun snowcap, a buckskin fewspot (who had a buckskin leopard half-Arab filly, even more rare), a champagne/buckskin w/ blanket (3yr old colt for sale), a dunalino with lacy blanket half-arab and her dunalino with lacy blanket 3/4 arab filly. And I've sold a solid buckskin appy gelding, a buckskin blanketed stallion, a buckskin leopard half-arab gelding, a cremello blanketed mare, a perlino blanketed mare, a buckskin blanketed half-arab filly. They are definitely out there and have a following :)
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Some horses that look dilute or "off color" and have Lp, may be color-shifed or bronzed. For some cool examples, like tested black horses who look chesnut! Google "lets talk about appaloosa bronzing" and click on the link you find. I can't link it here because it's another forum and I'm pretty sure it's against the rules.
I just recently saw a horse that a member posted with the off color you mention. It was so neat. :)
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post #35 of 38 Old 07-09-2014, 01:30 AM
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This is Sunny.. Her sire is a buckskin QH & her mother is a dun appaloosa. I was hoping she would be dunskin but she is a buckskin. Her spots have started to show up over her withers & back now.
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The perlino blanketed mare is one I sold - I think perlino's blankets show up better than cremello's do - she was a gorgeous mare through and through.
The buckskin leopard mare (most beautiful appaloosa ever!) - the dam to mare fewspot buckskin mare and a pattern I'm hoping to replicate :)
And the buckskin blanket was a stallion I sold.

Buckskin Appaloosas rule!!! :)
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The perlino blanketed mare is one I sold - I think perlino's blankets show up better than cremello's do - she was a gorgeous mare through and through.
The buckskin leopard mare (most beautiful appaloosa ever!) - the dam to mare fewspot buckskin mare and a pattern I'm hoping to replicate :)
And the buckskin blanket was a stallion I sold.

Buckskin Appaloosas rule!!! :)
LOVE the bottom 2 horses! Their patterns are perfect, just enough. :)
I think I might have to agree, buckskin appys are quite beautiful!
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The perlino blanketed mare is one I sold - I think perlino's blankets show up better than cremello's do - she was a gorgeous mare through and through.
The buckskin leopard mare (most beautiful appaloosa ever!) - the dam to mare fewspot buckskin mare and a pattern I'm hoping to replicate :)
And the buckskin blanket was a stallion I sold.

Buckskin Appaloosas rule!!! :)
And to add, your bottom one, the stallion, his face looks so much like my mare- he looks like he has a sweet personality. :)
If he is missing, nope, not here!
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