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This is my 6 year old SAID to be QH gelding. He came from Colorado. He was bought as a 1 1/2 year old from a meat buyer. He was going to go to Mexico for slaughter. His name was Ace. He is a flaxen red dun. He has all the dun markings. Shoulder shadowing, ear tips, dorsal, cobwebbing, leg barring, and has a blaze with 4 stockings. Flaxen mane, tail, and forelock. He has a brand on his left shoulder identified as a backwards "S" and lazy "J" but my vet thinks it looks more like a lazy "T". Can anyone help me identify where this horse came from??? Thanks!
 

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It looks like the backwards S is flat on the bottom... is it possible it's actually a 2?
 

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Definitely looks like a 2 and a T to me as well.

Are you positive he's a flaxen red dun and not a dunalino?
 

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Definitely looks like a 2 and a T to me as well.

Are you positive he's a flaxen red dun and not a dunalino?
I doubt he is cream at all to be honest. He has pangare, similar to a Haflinger, but still too red.
 

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Makes sense. Though I've seen some pretty red legitimate palominos so had to ask XD
 
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