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Horse Colour Chart

Horse Colour Chart by overshined on DeviantArt

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Equine Colors- The Dun Gene by Kholran.deviantart.com

Equine Colors- The Dun Gene by Kholran on DeviantArt

Part 4. The Dun gene and it's effects on the three base colors. Part One: The Base Colors [link] Part Two: The Cream Gene [link] Part Three: The Ch... Equine Colors- The Dun Gene

Equine Colours- Base Colours by ~Kholran on deviantART
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Equine Colours- Base Colours by Kholran on DeviantArt

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deviantART: More Like Chestnut Color Genetics Chart by ~MagicWindsStables

DeviantArt: More Collections Like Chestnut Color Genetics Chart by MagicWindsStables

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The Champagne Gene

Equine Colors- Champagne by Kholran on DeviantArt

Part 3. The Champagne gene and its effects on the three base coats. Part One: The Base Colors [link] Part Two: The Cream Gene [link] Part Four: The Dun ... Equine Colors- Champagne

Detail of the poster by Majnouna in DeviantArt. Pinto or Coloured refers to patterns of white distributed separately over the base colour, whereas in roans, the white is intermingled with the base colour.

Guide to Horse Colors and Patterns by Majnouna on DeviantArt

Detail of the poster by Majnouna in DeviantArt. Pinto or Coloured refers to patterns of white distributed separately over the base colour, whereas in roans, the white is intermingled with the base colour.

Other colour modifiers of horses. Some of them can lead to confusion with roan horses. Detail of the poster Guide to horse colors and patterns by majnouna.

Guide to Horse Colors and Patterns by Majnouna on DeviantArt

Other colour modifiers of horses. Some of them can lead to confusion with roan horses. Detail of the poster Guide to horse colors and patterns by majnouna.

(Also Called Tovero. Tobiano x Overo) PHAA Horse Registration Guidelines. The PHAA-Paint Horse Association of Australia-has really great, easy to understand info about paint horse coloration.
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The silver gene (ZZ, Zz) will typically dilute a black mane and tail to flaxen, and a black body to a shade of brown or chocolate. It is responsible for a group of coat colors in horses called "silver dapple" in the west, or "taffy" in Australia. The most common colors in this category are black silver and bay silver, referring to the respective underlying coat color. Chestnuts can carry the gene without showing it. Morgan Colors- Silver Dapple Morgan Horses
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Your Information Station for Morgan Color Genetics and Color History

Base, Dilute, and White Hair patterns at a glance
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Base, Dilute, and White Hair patterns at a glance

Although "Appaloosa" is commonly used for spotted horses, it is a breed which originally only presented 10% of spotted horses. There are many other breeds with this prehistoric mutation, defined as the first colour in modern horses along with wild bay and black. The responsible of this colour is not a gene, but a group of them called the Leopard Complex (Lp), present in breeds like knabstrupper, appaloosa, altai, noriker, falabella, mongolian, sugarbush, and crosses in all types and sizes.

Guide to Horse Colors and Patterns by Majnouna on DeviantArt

Although "Appaloosa" is commonly used for spotted horses, it is a breed which originally only presented 10% of spotted horses. There are many other breeds with this prehistoric mutation, defined as the first colour in modern horses along with wild bay and black. The responsible of this colour is not a gene, but a group of them called the Leopard Complex (Lp), present in breeds like knabstrupper, appaloosa, altai, noriker, falabella, mongolian, sugarbush, and crosses in all types and sizes.

Detail of the poster Guide to Horse Colors and Patterns by majnouna.  THE GREY or GRAY GENE (GG Gg) is the dominant gene responsible for the gradual and progressive de-pigmentation (fading) of the carrying horse. Gray cannot be considered a base-color, or a dilution, but rather a gene which slowly removes pigment from the coat. Gray is considered to be the 'strongest' of all coat modifiers,  and acts upon any base-color regardless of the carrying horse's phenotype.
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Guide to Horse Colors and Patterns by Majnouna on DeviantArt

Detail of the poster Guide to Horse Colors and Patterns by majnouna. THE GREY or GRAY GENE (GG Gg) is the dominant gene responsible for the gradual and progressive de-pigmentation (fading) of the carrying horse. Gray cannot be considered a base-color, or a dilution, but rather a gene which slowly removes pigment from the coat. Gray is considered to be the 'strongest' of all coat modifiers, and acts upon any base-color regardless of the carrying horse's phenotype.