02-10-2012, 08:10 PM
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She is stunning!
IMO she is a chestnut with flaxen. She has no dark points so any black based color, (Bay, Buckskin, Black etc) is out (without a DNA test saying she is E/e or E/E).
I assume that by putting her mom's color at "chestnut" you think she may not be chestnut. The only way to be 100% sure is a test, as mentioned, but good quality pics of mom and dad could help.
We all know that a registry will pretty much register a horse however you want to describe it so there is a slight possibility that she could be a palomino, however it seems highly unlikely.