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    Default Lets see your interesting colours :)

    Following on from the bay / brown discussion, lets see other colours and definitions I only have a these


    A brown, a chestnut with flaxen mane, a grey with funny dark patches? (you can just see it on his rump) and a liver chestnut.
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    Hmmmm K is a funny one who was identified as a black sabino on NR BUT he does have a grey stripe running on either side of his tail underneath and some times he has dapples and he actually has threearge spots in his bum that I'd swear weren't there when I boutght him 11 yrs ago

    Was told the tail might be what's called a raccoon tail and meant he wasn't sabino but summat else, what ever he is he's my baby boy anyways lol!!

    He often gets called blue roan or steel grey at shows and people think he's a youngster greying out as he's got spectacle marks and his head gets greyer every year

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    Not mine so I won't share photos publicly, but two horses at essexladys yard are quite unique (Not sure if they're still there). One is a grey and white coloured but the grey patches are VERY dappled, the other is a bay tobiano appaloosa (frosted blanket I think!).

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    Dunno if he is counted as 'interesting' but my old horse had different colouring. He was just classed as an Appaloosa on his passport (he was Appaloosa X Morgan). He went darker in the winter, and in the summer he got a lot more white flecks. Now he's older, he gets more white patches of hair too.

    You can see the white flecks over his body in some of these pics which were taken in 2009..






    And this is him from a few weeks ago.


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    I've got a buckskin blanket appaloosa who also roans in summer!


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    My girl is a red dun fewspot



    and Shay has bird catcher spots
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    I have wondered how to refer to Woody's colour patches?

    In past years , just grey, although sold to me as a blue roan which I didn't believe


    now patches remain

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    They are "****** shoulder" markings Clava

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiilaa View Post
    They are "****** shoulder" markings Clava
    Obviously not a word our forum likes ? can you spell it out?

    Ok - b l oody
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