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post #41 of 45 Old 06-22-2019, 10:43 PM Thread Starter
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Halter Training :P

Halter training. I might have better pics on my good camera of the actual training part lolol. This is her finally getting the hang of it. Of and then a couple of goofy pictures because she's cute ahaha

We also worked on picking her legs up and she's a pro now!!
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post #42 of 45 Old 06-23-2019, 09:23 AM
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So bay dun with cream which makes her a buckskin. She seems to be a ham in front of the camera. Such a cutie!
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Missed the edit window. Buckskin plus dun makes her dunskin as bay plus cream is buckskin then add dun which is dunskin. Smokey brown is just another way of saying cream plus brown version of bay. Smokey brown dun is dunskin. If I'm not mistaken there is no color choice for smokey brown in the Appaloosa registry and I know there isn't one for AQHA or APHA but brown or buckskin are choices. With APHA and AQHA you would choose one and add the other under markings. Since there is a buckskin option the way I have seen it in those two registries is buckskin and then list the dun characteristics and for other markings list dun. I assume Appaloosa registry is similar.


I guess you could say brownskin but there is no option to register as that. Once she has gone through a normal shed she will probably look more dunskin than brown.

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post #44 of 45 Old 06-24-2019, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
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Missed the edit window. Buckskin plus dun makes her dunskin as bay plus cream is buckskin then add dun which is dunskin. Smokey brown is just another way of saying cream plus brown version of bay. Smokey brown dun is dunskin. If I'm not mistaken there is no color choice for smokey brown in the Appaloosa registry and I know there isn't one for AQHA or APHA but brown or buckskin are choices. With APHA and AQHA you would choose one and add the other under markings. Since there is a buckskin option the way I have seen it in those two registries is buckskin and then list the dun characteristics and for other markings list dun. I assume Appaloosa registry is similar.


I guess you could say brownskin but there is no option to register as that. Once she has gone through a normal shed she will probably look more dunskin than brown.
Yes, she was registered as Dunskin :P
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Better picture of mama :) And little baby learning to lead and pick up feet

Well, little miss April went back to her Mama's original owners house but here are some last pictures I had with her.

She did really well learning to pick up her feets, but it was a bit of a challenge halter training. She picked it up quick though and now she walks circles around me. I love it!

Here is a better picture of mama Bunny. I really like this picture!
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