|smrobs ||02-14-2013 08:08 PM |
Hmm, just judging on those pictures, I would probably call her a brown. What makes me think that is that it appears the area around her flanks, between her hind legs,and underneath her belly back by her udders appears to be significantly lighter than the rest of her. Plus, she does have the very clear black points on her legs.
|Lexiie ||02-14-2013 08:09 PM |
|lilruffian ||02-14-2013 08:09 PM |
Definitely not black. I would say brown as well
|SaddleStrings ||02-14-2013 08:29 PM |
My votes in, seal brown
|CowboyBob ||02-14-2013 08:31 PM |
Brown highlights I would say brown
|Poseidon ||02-14-2013 10:30 PM |
There are a lot of horses that look just like that that are referred to as black. Nuuu! It's brooown. I board with one of these particular sneaky horses. I actually board with a bunch of browns and I know almost all of them are misregistered. Sigh. These are the issues faced by those interested in color genetics.
What gets me is that the one horse that everyone agrees is brown looks much blacker in person than the one majority claimed as black in the other thread. I really need to get a pic of these two together. LOL.
|xlionesss ||02-15-2013 07:28 AM |
I'd say seal brown but I'm definitely no expert on color!
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