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Hi everyone, these are pictures I've taken of horses from the ranch I bought my grulla filly from. They raise (as stated) Quarter Horses and they have one homozygous tobiano buckskin mare. They have outstanding stock and they are willing to learn and please you.

All different colors but all good dispositions. Hope you all enjoy them.





Buckskin Tobiano Mare


Grullo Colt


Bay Colt


Buckskin Tobiano Paint Filly


Bay Colt


Few Of The Mare Herd
 

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Pretty! Are all those mares pregnant? They sure look like it!
 

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Grulla Colt Or Filly (Can't remember)


Bay Colt And Grullo Colt


Bay Roan Mare


Palomino Mare


Black Mare


Grulla Mare and Filly


My Favorite Bay Mare


Dunalino Mare
 

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lol Yes I've heard that before about my name. I didn't want to change it though so that I could remember it and not have mulitple names. lol

These are broodmares. No they aren't pregnant.
 

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Very pretty! I'm kind of partial to grullas and palominos anyway, so lots of eye candy there!

Although the two tobianos would be Paints! I like the mare she's really pretty! The filly looks like she may be a dun (buckskin dun)!
 

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Those are some of the colors that the amazing Quarter Horse come in.
 

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lol Yes I'm very aware the two tobianos are paints. lol Thanks though and she is a buckskin. Fairly knowledgeable on color of horses, which is why I said tobiano. She has no dorsal and if she did she would be a dunskin.

Yes they have a lot of nice stock.
 

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I wasn't questioning your experience w/ color, I just wanted to point that out since it was titled "Quarter Horses of Many Colors". In the pic the filly looks like she does have a dorsal, I'm going to assume it's just a shadow. If she was mine I'd probably be hoping for buckskin dun! I like buckskins, but I'm just abit partial to duns!

Awsome photography by the way, I wish I could take pics like that!
 

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Yes it is just countershading. No dominant dorsal stripe.

Yes if she did have a dorsal stripe she would then be a dunskin since she should have a creme gene.

Thank you. No worries I'm not too concerned about being corrected. I do apperciate it.
 
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