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Tri colored paints
Hey everybody I'm doing a sort of project on tri-colored paints (I just love them!) so if you have any pictures I could use I would really appreciate that. Anyone else share the love of tri-colored paints too? (;
Sundance, a Paint Clydesdale cross I sold last year. His poofy forelock and a strip of his mane were black.
This is my gelding Cooper
Last year, Mama (sold) and my baby Hank
Hank a couple days ago
*cough* none of them are true tricolours though. Bay and white is not a tricolour. A tricolour is when the horse legitimately has three different colours. Often a tricolour is a dilute with a patch of non-diluted coat, as well as white.
This is a tricolour with a patch of non-dilute.
This is a true tricolour.
If a bay and white was a tricolour, every bay horse with a white marking would be considered tricolour.
Thank you Chiilaa, you beat me to it. :)
I just got in a huge argument on the cowboy magic facebook page about this. Everybody thought I was an idiot.
So a bay and white paint with black in mane, tail and just above socks isnt a tri color paint? Only a paint that has 3 color spots?
QHD - One of the links for CM on facebook? *off to look*
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