Based on these bloodlines what do you think?
I recently bought a Red Dun(I think) Miniature stud colt. He is 9 months old and I've known him since he was 2/3 months old. I had the option to buy him and it was a impulse buy and so I did xD!
Bear Farms Impressive Miniature < Father. http://www.minibreeders.com/bearfarm...impressive.jpg
Bear Farms Echo Passion Miniature < Mother. I do not have the liberty to show her picture, due to I need permission from the owner of the mare who I work for now.
Check out my new "horse" xD! - YouTube
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Congratulations. He's very cute, but most youngsters are. Difficult to tell much from his pedigree. Remember, nothing past the first three generations matters very much. It's the horses and their quality up-front, which matter.
Hes a cutie, I don't know about his lines but I just wanted to say that he defiantly not a red dun, I think hes probably just a bay and if hes a dun at all it would be a bay dun. Red Dun is a chestnut with a dun factor. he would look like a chestnut with a dorsal stripe and some different shading. since he has black mane, that means hes bay, probably with counter shading (i.e. a fake dorsal stripe)
sorry I couldn't help with his lineage! I bet he will be handsome though, do you have plans for him? Halter, Driving, Pet?
Yep, looks like a bay to me :) I have a bay dun filly and she has very significant leg barring (not necessray to be a bay dun) and a dorsal stripe as well as black tipped ears. Your boy is one heck of a cutie though, even if he is bay! I have 'just a chestnut' as well and I love her to pieces.
lol, I have the just a chestnut thing to Endiku! except for right now, she gets a rich red color and her flaxen mane is really contrasted but in summer she's my boring chestnut flaxen with no white at all.
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