|firelight27 ||07-22-2008 09:33 PM |
She looks like a similar color to me. Except with spots. Lol. They are both dun, but the shade can always vary. Extremely adorable filly!
|palogal ||07-22-2008 09:51 PM |
I'd say red dun.
|mlkarel2010 ||07-22-2008 10:09 PM |
I don't think she's a red dun, because they have red markings instead of the black ones that your girls has...
Maybe a light tan dun?
|TxHorseMom ||07-22-2008 11:43 PM |
I don't know what color she is, but she sure is pretty! :D
|FGRanch ||07-23-2008 12:17 AM |
She looks to have black points to me.
|birdy ||07-23-2008 12:36 AM |
Thanks everyone for your opinions, and nice comments. I know she is a dun, definiately not a red dun, but wasn't sure if she could possibly be a grulla. I've heard the terms mouse dun, olive grullo, wolf dun, and brown. Which of these colors is she? I know I could have her tested, but I don't have the money right now.
|mlkarel2010 ||07-23-2008 12:41 AM |
i didn't know that there were specific kinds of duns... hmm, i learned something
i don't think she's grulla though, she's not slatey enough
Super-cute...so hard to tell what color babies will actually end up being. I'd agree that she's definitely not a grulla.
|birdy ||07-23-2008 09:45 PM |
Thanks Sara. I didn't think she was a grulla, but I don't think she is a bay dun like her mom either. The sire is A Tru Rolex. He is homogyzous for the black and the tobiano gene. I think she is either a mouse dun, wolf dun, or a brown dun. Which one would you say she is?
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