Silver Bay Dapple:
Silver Dapple Black:
Dark Gold Champagne:
Double Bay Pearl:
Double Black Pearl:
Double Cream Champagne:
Silver Smoky Black:
Flea Bitten Gray:
just pointing out this to people who are confused: the definition of a wild bay is the fact that the black on its legs is lower down, not the shade of brown on the body
Yes!! I can go on for hours about pasterns/socks/stockings/coronets, etc. (but I will try to be succinct because I feel like it annoys you guys when I keep rambling)
Ikr, wait till you see the post about markings
Woah. Just, woah.
This is the answer google gave me:
Flaxen chestnuts and Palominos can look exactly alike. Sometimes the only way to tell the difference is through their DNA. Palominos have one cream dilution gene, where as chestnuts, even with those lighter manes and tails, don't. For example, Haflingers tend to look Palomino. However, a true Haflinger cannot be Palomino; they are all Flaxen chestnut.
I bet it would! one thing that has always confused me is how can you tell the difference between a dark palomino like this:
versus a flaxen chestnut like this:
Thanks, it took forever to track down pictures of all the different colorings
Lol ya that’s awesome!!!
info overload . . . . but cool