Originally Posted by TurnNBurn625
i want to say a dark palomino.
There is no way that she could be palomino. Neither her sire or dam carry the cream gene.
And at the OP, there are some really dark palominos. And some super golden ones that have the sooty gene that darkens their mane/tail and sometimes their points. Some palomino's even appear to be buckskins, but their DNA doesn't lie.
So just because someone says the horse doesn't "look" like what the color should be, doesn't mean that the horse isn't the said color. Does that make sense? There are some chestnuts that are so dark that appear black, but they are e/e. To the untrained eye, they are black. But DNA says otherwise. :)