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post #11 of 32 Old 02-02-2010, 12:51 PM Thread Starter
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Many colors or variations of them were missing ;(
well do tell... I banged the site together in 10 mins with pics I couls scrape off my pc lol :), I would like the input coz there are loads of colour in the US that are really rare here in the UK

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post #12 of 32 Old 02-02-2010, 01:13 PM
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How do you get a champagne horse?
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ok updated with your sujestions :), any more appy patterns?

http://horsecolourchart.yolasite.com/

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How do you get a champagne horse?
there is a champagne gene in horses and champagne horse have to have at least one dominant one. It is like the dilute or cream gene that creates perlinos, cremello etc

http://www.ichregistry.com/colors.htm

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post #15 of 32 Old 02-02-2010, 08:40 PM
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The wikipedia page also has a lot of other colours that are missing, it might be worth checking out =)

Equine coat color - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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In the UK, buckskins are referred to as duns - there's a little language barrier of sorts there ;)

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On the dun page it says "Duns- 1 cream (dilute) gene on any colour horse", buckskins and palominos (and smokey blacks, smokey grullas etc.) are the ones w/ the cream gene, duns have the dun gene!

If it was me I'd probably list all the cream delutes on one page (palomino, buckskin, cremello, perlino, even smokey black, etc.). Buckskin is actually closer to palomino then dun. I do realize the colors are called different things in different parts of the World, but I'm currious if they call buckskins dun, what do they call duns?

I know pretty much nothing about appaloosas, but I have had one, and he was a different color then any you have listed. He was kind of red w/ a roaned blanket (got whiter the closer you came to his butt), I always just called him a roan app. I lost most of my pics when we had computer issues, but I have a few not very good ones I'd be willing to let you use, you'd just have to find out the proper name for the color.

I have considered making a color website, I even have an album on my photobucket w/ the different colors, but most are horses I have owned so it's limited.
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In the UK, buckskins are referred to as duns - there's a little language barrier of sorts there ;)
yes my thoughts exactly...

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[QUOTE=haviris;541164]On the dun page it says "Duns- 1 cream (dilute) gene on any colour horse", buckskins and palominos (and smokey blacks, smokey grullas etc.) are the ones w/ the cream gene, duns have the dun gene!
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The dun gene is a type of dilute gene

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Yes, but it's not the cream delute gene.
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