Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Perth, Western Australia
• Horses: 0
Now that I have seen her legs, I am happy to say chestnut roan. You could say liver chestnut if you wanted, but liver is just a shade of chestnut and not a colour on it's own, so I won't use the term. The reason I am convinced that she is chestnut and not black roan is because of her lower legs. A black roan may fade in the mane and face and present as your mare's colouring, however, their lower legs will almost always remain black. Your mare's lower legs pale a lot to a gingery colour, a clear indicator of a chestnut base.
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