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One more for the color experts. Opinions please!

I think buckskin? Though I'm kinda thrown by the dun stripe down the back. Mom was a bay and the dad was a buckskin.






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post #2 of 5 Old 06-08-2010, 06:19 PM
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Buckskin. Dorsel stripes are seen often on non-dun horses, it's caused by counter shading. You can often find even bay's with them, though it's almost always much lighter then you'd see a dun dorsel stripe, or less crisp.

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I also say sooty buckskin with countershading. A beauty of a buckskin at that.

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Thank you Smrobs. This is my new little qh yearling filly.

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A few groceries and she's shedding out nicely!! :)

She also has a half sister that will be coming home in the fall.


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