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post #1 of 14 Old 12-05-2012, 10:59 AM Thread Starter
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What Color and pattern would you consider my Appy.

This is Kelo. Towering a whole 16hh. He is brighter soral in the summer and grey in the winter. Help. Sorry if the photos come out to big.

This is early fall.


This is early spring.


Early December if I can remember correctly.


I cant find a good summer pic but this showes a bit more of the red.


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Sorry I have no help with your question but I usually do not like how appys look and are colored but he is GORGEOUS! His color and markings are different and look awesoome :)
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i'd guess he started out as a chestnut with blanket and has the varnish taking over.
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The only thing that is really weird is that he has some leopard spots in there.

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He has a blanket and Varnish. He does not have "leopard spots." Some of the spots were probably in his blanket and the rest are being revealed as varnish progresses, which is 110% normal.
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Yea, Hes probably some sort of Chestnut/Sorrel (whichever you prefer) on his base, he also looks to have a spotted blanket (you can tell because the varnish roaning is not effecting the clean spots on his butt/torso, that means they are true Appy spots not just a gray horse with odd marks)
He has some Varnishing, so probably will gain more substance with age.
He also must have some sort of gene causing his socks & face marking. I can't really tell what exactly, but they wouldn't be there if he didn't have one, My guess would be Splash and/or Sabino but That could be wrong.

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NdAppy is correct on the pattern...spots is spots. He is a freaking moose...
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I think Appy means tall by 'moose'. I think...

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Yeah, as in a tall, heavy dude...
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