|Ladybug2001 ||03-30-2011 11:22 PM |
What color is this gelding?
I know he is fat, he isn't my horse but my friends.
I think he is a dun because he has the dorsal strip but you would think he is a palmino until you get close to him and you can see his back. Attachment 59738
I had a picture where you could see the dorsal but it couldn't upload because it was to big. >>
|crissy89 ||03-30-2011 11:42 PM |
Palomino"Dunalino"Also called "Linebacked Palominos"
|Poseidon ||03-30-2011 11:44 PM |
Do you have a better picture? Because from that, he could look like a light chestnut, a red dun, maybeee a palomino or dunalino. It's a really vague picture, especially with his winter coat.
|Ladybug2001 ||03-30-2011 11:46 PM |
I don't have any others of him without his winter fur, he is shedding like crazy and there are parts of him that doesn't have the thicker fur. I can get a picture tomorrow.
|Ladybug2001 ||03-30-2011 11:48 PM |
|JustDressageIt ||03-30-2011 11:58 PM |
Hard to tell with his winter fuzz. I am really not trying to be mean, but that horse is morbidly obese. Please, for the horse's sake, convince your friend to consult a vet about getting his weight down.
|Poseidon ||03-30-2011 11:58 PM |
He is a bear. Geez. Do you happen to know what colour his parents were? Or would your friend?
|haviris ||03-31-2011 12:07 AM |
He's a red dun.
|kywalkinghorse2010 ||03-31-2011 10:43 AM |
^^I agree with you. I was thinking red dun.
|Speed Racer ||03-31-2011 10:52 AM |
He's gonna be a deaddun if his owner doesn't get some of that weight off him! :shock:
Holy morbidly obese, Batman!
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