Haha I don't have any pictures of him dirty but oh boy ...when I go out to groom him after I give him a bath the day before ....i go out to the pasture and looks at me with those big eyes saying haha you have to clean me again ....mud will be caked on him .....we call him blondie when he gets muddy bc he is origanlly sorrel but when he has mud caked all over him ...well he looks like a palamino
I don't have any pics but I had a chestnut mare once that really wanted to be a gray. I had this mare in Louisiana and the dirt there is literally dark gray. This mare, even after no rain for weeks, would find mud, which looked like wet cement, and just cover herself in it..belly, ears, face, everything. Her favorite time to go out, of course, was right after a good soaking rain..all that lovely gray mud to roll around in. I gave up ever brushing it out. It was pretty much standard practice to just hose her off and watch the color transformation.
MY LORD AT SOME OF THE CONDITIONS YOU GUYS HAVE TO DEAL WITH!!!
Thankfully it takes a lot, and I mean a lot, of rain to make any mud in my pasture. Even then the only place that gets muddy is around the water trough, around the barn, and a dip back near the back of the fence line where a creek runs, and even all of those place have very little, none big enough for a horse to roll in. My mare only gets yucky looking when she gets wet then rolls, she will dig up some dirty if she has to. I will get a picture soon.
Haha don't have a pic of it but my gelding decided that he was going to roll in the mud/manure then go sit in the pastures hay...he looked like a scarecrow, not to mention the poor horses who had mud all over thier hay!