|jyuukai ||05-10-2011 09:25 AM |
Dark bay. Blood bays have a much lighter, brighter coat. He has definite black points, and that rules out seal brown. He has a very pretty color though :)
|NdAppy ||05-10-2011 09:48 AM |
Brown. Legs and points can and are black on brown horses as well.
|MN Tigerstripes ||05-10-2011 09:58 AM |
ND, can you show me a pic of a truly bay horse? All the horses I've thought were bays for years are technically brown from what you've been saying....
Sorry to hijack OP! :D
|NdAppy ||05-10-2011 10:11 AM |
MN - Just remember, that right now that is just my opinion on the lighter bays/browns. No one has had any reason to test for brown on them, so I could very well be wrong. If I had some of my own I would test them... But of course the only "bay" I own is a silver bay pony. :lol:
|MN Tigerstripes ||05-10-2011 10:12 AM |
I should get Lily tested, she has that dark bay/brown look. Too bad I didn't get Flame tested when she is still alive because she definitely looked like a bay, but she got that orangish muzzle during the winter.
|westonsma ||05-10-2011 10:15 AM |
He's a dark bay!
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|NdAppy ||05-10-2011 10:21 AM |
MN I would say that Lilly is brown from that one face pic in your barn.
|MN Tigerstripes ||05-10-2011 10:27 AM |
That's Flame in my barn, I have a thread posted with pics of Lily in the critique section from last August. Not sure what I called it... Maybe I could find it.
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