- - What color?..
|ilovemyPhillip ||01-27-2011 12:01 AM |
I saw this on facebook for a Welsh Pony breeder. Wow. What do y'all think of the coloring? Is he bay? Or bay with like sabino (spelling?) or some dilluted gene? I'm not too good at anything genetic.. I'm trying to learn.
|Piaffe ||01-27-2011 12:04 AM |
IDK...but wow!!! He is amazing! Is he silver bay?
|ilovemyPhillip ||01-27-2011 12:06 AM |
I don't think so, although I wouldn't know. I'm curious to what other people think/are sure of.
|Poseidon ||01-27-2011 12:18 AM |
It looks kind of like silver bay, but it's hard to tell since it doesn't show his tail. Are there any other pictures of him? It also looks like he may have silver eyelashes, which would give away the silver bay.
I'm not sure though. It looks veryyy similar to the gulastra plume, but that affects tails rather than manes.
|Chiilaa ||01-27-2011 01:59 AM |
I think silver bay too.
|CheyAut ||01-27-2011 06:55 PM |
In Welsh, that grey color to the mane ect is very common, and it's not from the silver gene. It's typically chestnut horses.
|TheLastUnicorn ||01-27-2011 07:23 PM |
Our bay Clydesdale has the silver like that in his mane and tail, I was told it was likely caused by Sabino and "Wild" Bay... but that hasn't been confirmed.
|Jacksmama ||01-27-2011 08:00 PM |
If the tips of his ears were dark I would say he was a silver bay, even though I have never seen one with that color mane. However, it was my understanding that bays always have at least the tips black/dark?
|ilovemyPhillip ||01-27-2011 10:23 PM |
So, could he be chestnut with sabino? Looking at his face? I'll look for more photos of him.
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