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What colour is this lovely mare?

Postby meganrose55 » January 16th, 2020, 9:13 am

{MRA} Spotted Pumpkin


im stumped with the proper colour terms anyway but i really have no idea about this one! normally i dont bother but with her im really intrigued!
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Re: What colour is this lovely mare?

Postby BlackOak2 » January 16th, 2020, 10:19 am

meganrose55 wrote:
im stumped with the proper colour terms anyway but i really have no idea about this one! normally i dont bother but with her im really intrigued!


Gold champagne dun with tiger and double Lp.

Champagne causes the freckling and on a chestnut turns it golden colored. Tiger eye is the eyes. The snowflaking and blanket are both caused by the Lp. And the dun, has lightened her body color a bit more, creating a slightly dusty effect. She'll likely end up looking a lot like her sire as she ages.
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Re: What colour is this lovely mare?

Postby meganrose55 » January 16th, 2020, 10:21 am

BlackOak2 wrote:
meganrose55 wrote:
im stumped with the proper colour terms anyway but i really have no idea about this one! normally i dont bother but with her im really intrigued!


Gold champagne dun with tiger and double Lp.

Champagne causes the freckling and on a chestnut turns it golden colored. Tiger eye is the eyes. The snowflaking and blanket are both caused by the Lp. And the dun, has lightened her body color a bit more, creating a slightly dusty effect. She'll likely end up looking a lot like her sire as she ages.


good genes to pass on looking at her though! thank you!
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Re: What colour is this lovely mare?

Postby Raikit » January 16th, 2020, 1:14 pm

BlackOak2 wrote:
meganrose55 wrote:
im stumped with the proper colour terms anyway but i really have no idea about this one! normally i dont bother but with her im really intrigued!


Gold champagne dun with tiger and double Lp.

Champagne causes the freckling and on a chestnut turns it golden colored. Tiger eye is the eyes. The snowflaking and blanket are both caused by the Lp. And the dun, has lightened her body color a bit more, creating a slightly dusty effect. She'll likely end up looking a lot like her sire as she ages.


Don't forget the flaxen. :D

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Re: What colour is this lovely mare?

Postby BlackOak2 » January 17th, 2020, 10:06 am

Raikit wrote:
BlackOak2 wrote:
meganrose55 wrote:
im stumped with the proper colour terms anyway but i really have no idea about this one! normally i dont bother but with her im really intrigued!


Gold champagne dun with tiger and double Lp.

Champagne causes the freckling and on a chestnut turns it golden colored. Tiger eye is the eyes. The snowflaking and blanket are both caused by the Lp. And the dun, has lightened her body color a bit more, creating a slightly dusty effect. She'll likely end up looking a lot like her sire as she ages.


Don't forget the flaxen. :D


... I wasn't sure about the flaxen. I have a horse that shares this same color, minus the dun and I didn't think that one had flaxen. So, if Raikit says flaxen, then there's also likely flaxen. :D ... and likely flaxen on mine too... Hah! :lol:
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Re: What colour is this lovely mare?

Postby Elaina Brewster » January 17th, 2020, 12:29 pm

BlackOak2 wrote:
Raikit wrote:
BlackOak2 wrote:
Gold champagne dun with tiger and double Lp.

Champagne causes the freckling and on a chestnut turns it golden colored. Tiger eye is the eyes. The snowflaking and blanket are both caused by the Lp. And the dun, has lightened her body color a bit more, creating a slightly dusty effect. She'll likely end up looking a lot like her sire as she ages.


Don't forget the flaxen. :D


... I wasn't sure about the flaxen. I have a horse that shares this same color, minus the dun and I didn't think that one had flaxen. So, if Raikit says flaxen, then there's also likely flaxen. :D ... and likely flaxen on mine too... Hah! :lol:


Definitely has flaxen, to bad it doesn't show on the legs as that would be pretty stunning

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Re: What colour is this lovely mare?

Postby Raikit » January 17th, 2020, 1:41 pm

BlackOak2 wrote:... I wasn't sure about the flaxen. I have a horse that shares this same color, minus the dun and I didn't think that one had flaxen. So, if Raikit says flaxen, then there's also likely flaxen. :D ... and likely flaxen on mine too... Hah! :lol:


Yeah, flaxen can be tricky on the gold champagnes. Here's a post I made about it back when I was still a newbie.

On a different topic: it's hilarious to go back through my old posts and see how much I didn't know that I now take for granted as common knowledge. :lol:

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Re: What colour is this lovely mare?

Postby BlackOak2 » January 18th, 2020, 3:48 pm

Raikit wrote:
Yeah, flaxen can be tricky on the gold champagnes. Here's a post I made about it back when I was still a newbie.

On a different topic: it's hilarious to go back through my old posts and see how much I didn't know that I now take for granted as common knowledge. :lol:


Ai-eeh-Yeah!
It's that moment that I feel really stupid and the comment crosses my mind... 'Yeah, I really did say, do that. What an idiot I was.' :lol:

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