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post #5741 of 7202 Old 01-26-2013, 05:49 PM
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Beautiful buttermilk palomino filly for sale in Merced, california :: HorseClicks

Umm, palomino? Not with those dark legs lol
I would say, silver buckskin

And what is a "yearly palomino"?
That drives me crazy xD I know there aren't all that many people who are super savvy when it comes to color genetics, but I get SO annoyed when people call my pony a 'palomino' despite his Bright red body and black points, just cause his mane and tail are silver! (he's a silver brown or bay - not sure).
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post #5742 of 7202 Old 01-26-2013, 05:57 PM
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There is a LOT of really poor qualities cobs... you will come across the odd qualities cob, but the most part these are bred by backyard breeders who haven't a clue :( I say that donedeal.ie is flooded with them, and if you see people in the photos a lot will be teenage boys in tracksuits and runners.

Pretty much the same everywhere Maple and in every breed. You just have to weave your way through the ads, to come up with those who breed responsibly. That, or knowing who you wish to visit before setting out. I know some super breeders of Gypsies in Ireland and whom our family has visited, but they are few and far between.

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post #5743 of 7202 Old 01-26-2013, 06:47 PM
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Beautiful buttermilk palomino filly for sale in Merced, california :: HorseClicks

Umm, palomino? Not with those dark legs lol
I would say, silver buckskin ?
Actually I think it is a palomino with sooty.
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post #5744 of 7202 Old 01-26-2013, 08:49 PM
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I would call that a Dunalino, Had one in the past that was a registered Palomino, and was told by a genetics person who told me her dark legs made her a dunalino. I just figured I wasn't wasting the money to change her papers, besides, her show career was done and she was my retired back yard buddy!
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I would call that a Dunalino, Had one in the past that was a registered Palomino, and was told by a genetics person who told me her dark legs made her a dunalino. I just figured I wasn't wasting the money to change her papers, besides, her show career was done and she was my retired back yard buddy!
A dunalino is a palomino with dun factor, so typically looks like a palomino with darker dorsal stripe (darker gold color than their body) and sometimes leg barring - there wouldn't be darker gray/black.

I'd say either a silver buckskin or a sooty palomino
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post #5746 of 7202 Old 01-26-2013, 09:33 PM
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A dunalino is a palomino with dun factor, so typically looks like a palomino with darker dorsal stripe (darker gold color than their body) and sometimes leg barring - there wouldn't be darker gray/black.

I'd say either a silver buckskin or a sooty palomino
This is Hollywood Jac 86, a palomino dun, or "dunalino". I think he doesn't look that much different from the fillies color.
BTW: AQHA does not register Dunalinos, they will register palomino and mention in the description "carries dun" - or register dun and mention "carries cream".


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I am not saying that she couldn't be a sooty, either - tough to tell. Sure way overprized for whatever she is ...
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post #5747 of 7202 Old 01-26-2013, 09:55 PM
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*sigh* I'm back again...


Selling horse for $700
Nice horse
you can ride
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It's a horse? Oh, okay I can ride it? SOLD!

Mares are sold !!! BUT PHILLYS MUST GO -
300$ each for the phillys... ... gonna make some nice horses well bread great conformation , striaght legs , sorrell with a blaze come take em both or one 281-******* call or txt
Only philly for sale .....

Quick, snap that philly up, it's got striaght legs, and it's well bread, with sourdough lines!


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post #5748 of 7202 Old 01-26-2013, 10:03 PM
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This is Hollywood Jac 86, a palomino dun, or "dunalino". I think he doesn't look that much different from the fillies color.
BTW: AQHA does not register Dunalinos, they will register palomino and mention in the description "carries dun" - or register dun and mention "carries cream".


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I am not saying that she couldn't be a sooty, either - tough to tell. Sure way overprized for whatever she is ...
That's interesting I've never seen a real dunalino look like that unless they carry sooty as well.
This is what I see when I hear Dunalino:
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post #5749 of 7202 Old 01-27-2013, 12:40 PM
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I know very little about coat color genetics, but could that filly be a really light grulla?
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post #5750 of 7202 Old 01-27-2013, 07:25 PM
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I don't think it's a light grulla as grulla is dun on black genes, I think. She's too light for grulla, but definitely has some dun factoring in there. Maybe dunskin or dunalino.
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