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post #21 of 33 Old 05-31-2013, 02:32 AM Thread Starter
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He would definitely NOT like Henny then cause he's got chrome out the hooha

Henny is a "brownskin" though, or a brown based buckskin. He likes to change colors on me, that dang pony. I wish he'd pick a shade and stick with it. At one point he was almost black! He's shedding out a creamy tan color though. :)


He looks so splotchy right now :/


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This is what he looked like in October. He got a bit darker than that and as he shed his coat, he's been lightening up.

Oh, how beautiful! Can I has?
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post #22 of 33 Old 05-31-2013, 08:07 AM
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*cough*. I said tricolor

Being a person who prefer Appaloosas I tend to gravity towards patterns.
Haha whoops. Mixed you two up lol I should of checked the name again haha.
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Oh, how beautiful! Can I has?
You'd have to fight Bubba for him LOL. They're inseparable :)
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post #24 of 33 Old 06-01-2013, 12:39 AM
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So I guess it's best for him to word it "The perfect buckskin in his opinion is....blah blah blah" lol...
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I saw this one on The Morning Feed this morning and practically spit out my coffee. Want X infinity.

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Wow, he's definitely got some serious sooty going on! Gorgeous!

But, this is coming from the person who picked one of her favorite colors in the world as a brownskin.

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I saw this one on The Morning Feed this morning and practically spit out my coffee. Want X infinity.

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Oh, wow! I'll take him!

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Drooling again!!! Grabby hands!!!

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Aside form his color, does he have a goofy left rear foot? Or is it just me?
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post #30 of 33 Old 06-05-2013, 07:51 PM
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ooohhh.. pretty pretty.. The pony is just a plain buckskin. That dappled buckskin below the buttermilk buckskin is purrttee !!
I like the " haha tricolor" bucky with the blaze and socks.
The pinto I would call dun more than buckskin, and the one horse is a seal brown more than buckskin. In my humble opinion.
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