Some buckskins don't have really dark, black points. Some have brown, some just have the darker coloring up to their fetlocks, some have really high points way past their knees.
There probably is a genetic trait that determines how dark or light the points on a horse are. I don't know what it could be...?
This particular horse...i can't tell for sure, but she may be buckskin. But their almost appears to be molting around the eyes and muzzle which could indicate champange. Then again, it could just be a lighter pigment around the eyes and muzzle.
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Last edited by CLaPorte432; 08-20-2012 at 09:52 PM.