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Day Mares 08-27-2011 05:24 AM

Which mare is what colour? lol
 
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I have two chesnut mares that are quite different colours and am interested to hear how others would describe their respective colours??? Any feedback/input on the pics gratefully received. :clap: Left=Piper; Right=Sienna. Thanks.

sierrams1123 08-27-2011 05:28 AM

both sorrel/chestnut mares.
not much else to tell you.
both "red" horses.
pics are not that great, but they both look cute, from what i can see.

Day Mares 08-27-2011 05:38 AM

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A couple more pics. :D

Stan 08-27-2011 06:07 AM

Dark and light red. My mare is light in colour my wife's is darker.
Check it put at any interests, update weekly the first photo you see is Kate (half asleep) dark red chestnut. Look for Stella there is a southern flag in the photo. Stella is also a chestnut but light in colour. However, when the sun strikes her the colour is described as strawberry coloured. Her mane is even lighter, strawberry blond. I describe her as having a tarty look.

HowClever 08-27-2011 06:27 AM

Both chestnuts. The one on the right in the last photo could use some serious groceries.

Chiilaa 08-27-2011 06:27 AM

Both chestnut. Here in Australia you won't hear many people refer to them as sorrel. They are just different shades of the same colour :-)

Day Mares 08-27-2011 06:38 AM

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Originally Posted by HowClever (Post 1151965)
Both chestnuts. The one on the right in the last photo could use some serious groceries.

Yeah, she's 33 years young and gets serious groceries twice a day. :D

HowClever 08-27-2011 06:41 AM

Age is not an excuse.

sierrams1123 08-27-2011 09:49 PM

I think she is looking well for 33 yr old

bubba13 08-27-2011 10:20 PM

Both sorrel. Genetically red/chestnut. If the old mare were mine I'd be doing bloodwork, getting her teeth floated, checking her fecal parasite counts, deworming if necessary, giving her free choice hay, senior feed, calorie boosts, etc. Old horses do not have to be thin.


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