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Grey? Chestnut? What do you think...
Purebred Arabian mare. Not mine, I just thought she was wicked.cool
I've never seen a horse grey out (or not?!) like this before.
Love N' War Arabian - description
Is this not chimera or something?
I believe that's a bloodmark- essentially a high concentration of flea bite marks. Here's a page that has a few other horses that have similar markings, including one on the face: http://www.ultimatehorsesite.com/colors/bloodmarks.html
It's a blood mark. It's not a high concentration of flea bites. It lack of grey in that area. that spot will never change unlike the rest of the horse.
She is awesomely cool!
Appy, is there anything in particular that causes the lack of greying in the area?
That's Billy Glosser's mare Warface. She's heavily flea bit in that area and it will stay bay like that and won't grey out. But she is grey.
I've seen a few Arabians like that. She's a fleabitten grey, with what they call the bloody mark on her face (quite often you see the bloody shouldered horses).
Warface! What a great name!
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