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    Mine is a fleabitten grey, but very very fleabitten in summer!




    This is him as roughly a 2yr old
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyrd View Post
    I think he's sooty buckskin, not dun. The dorsal is counter shading.
    Most likely, I don't have a clue about colours other than standard ones
    Just go with chocolate dun because thats what he was sold as but then in the brown/bay thread someone has said that dun isn't a colour in welsh Ds. It's classed as cream.

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    How about Princess? She has a dorsal stripe too..


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    Quote Originally Posted by HazelJ View Post
    Most likely, I don't have a clue about colours other than standard ones
    Just go with chocolate dun because thats what he was sold as but then in the brown/bay thread someone has said that dun isn't a colour in welsh Ds. It's classed as cream.
    Buckskin is bay with a creme gene. Dun has a dorsal stripe, but also cob webbing on the face and 'zebra stripes' on the legs. My girl is even more complex as her appaloosa markings (the white on her) covers most of her dun markings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScattyHorses View Post
    How about Princess? She has a dorsal stripe too..

    That would be counter shading as well
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    There's some gorgeous horses on this thread!!
    I'll join in, any excuse for Blaze pics
    Bright bay Sabino with gulastra plume tail


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyrd View Post
    Buckskin is bay with a creme gene. Dun has a dorsal stripe, but also cob webbing on the face and 'zebra stripes' on the legs. My girl is even more complex as her appaloosa markings (the white on her) covers most of her dun markings.
    Stupid question whats cob webbing? I've seen zebra stripes and they are pretty self explanatory anyways.

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    Heres K

    Summer coat





    Winter

    Dapples



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    Big fat spotty
    I know very little about Appaloosa marking , so if anyone wants to educate me, that would be fab

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