Join Date: May 2011
Location: Chino Valley, AZ
She is brown.
Brown is a form of agouti, similar to bay. Both restrict the expression of black on black-based horses to the hard points, which are the legs, muzzle, tips of the ears, and mane and tail. Brown takes it a step further and adds cinnamon-coloring to the soft points, such as the muzzle, under the elbow, the flanks, and the buttocks. A hallmark of brown is their color-changing with the seasons. My friend had a brown Arab gelding who was an almost purpley-mahogany color in winter and a lighter, reddish-brown in summer.
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