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What makes a buckskin a "true" buckskin?

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        06-05-2013, 08:14 PM
    Originally Posted by Casey02    
    Aside form his color, does he have a goofy left rear foot? Or is it just me?
    Oh wow, yeah! What the deal is?!
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        06-05-2013, 10:41 PM
    I think it's the angle of the photo.
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        06-06-2013, 09:54 AM
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    Originally Posted by stevenson    
    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.
    My yearling Paint? I know for a fact he's not dun because both of his parents are genetically tested. In fact, his counter-shading(not dorsal stripe) only runs down from the spot on his butt, not along the entire length of his back. Definitely a brownskin. :)
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