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PostSubject: Triple Registered Dun Buckskin AQHA Mare   January 5th 2008, 1:48 pm

9 yr old triple registered AQHA, NFQHA 88%, ABRA Mare. No time forces sale. She is 14.2 and 1000lbs - Reason for sale is lack of time. She is sweet and athletic and would love a job. Great on trails, over bridges, through water etc. Has been to the beach and in the ocean. Worked cattle before I got her and would be a cute team penning or healing horse. She is best suited for an intermediate and up rider. She has had one foal in 2007, great mom. Easy to breed and get in foal. Bloodlines include King Fritz,Fame Chex, Two Eyed Jack,Sir Raleigh, Poco Tivio, Mr Cagey Jack. $2500 email paintedhorsefarm@aol.com for pics
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PostSubject: Re: Triple Registered Dun Buckskin AQHA Mare   January 5th 2008, 10:40 pm

I'm not definitely sure about this, but I think dun and buckskin are two different colors. Might check with AQHA to see. They have color specialists there you can talk to. I believe buckskins are bay horses with a single dose of the cream dilution. The dun gene is a dominant modifier and can appear on both black- and red-based horses. It affects the shade of the horse’s coat and adds the dun characteristics. These include a dorsal stripe, zebra stripes on the legs, striping over the withers, dark tips on the ears and darker coloration on the lower legs. I found this info on the AQHA site.
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PostSubject: Her color   January 6th 2008, 1:22 pm

She is registered as a Dun with AQHa and as a buckskin with ABRA, might be able to get them all changed to the same color.
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PostSubject: Re: Triple Registered Dun Buckskin AQHA Mare   January 7th 2008, 12:28 pm

If the horse has a dorsal it's a dun even if the rest of it is buckskin color.. The filly I had was reg dun with AQHA and buckskin with ABRA. This happened because when she was little she had a dorsal. Then, it spread out over her back and you could no longer see it when she got her ABRA papers. She does not have all the zebra markings either. study

This color will change on you many times as they age. This is why you only get temporary papers with ABRA until they are at least a year old. The filly I am talking about did end up smutty buckskin as a yearling. She is three this year and her color still changes.. Though it has settled down from when she was a baby. coffee

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PostSubject: Re: Triple Registered Dun Buckskin AQHA Mare   January 13th 2008, 3:56 pm

UC Davis now does the dun test.
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PostSubject: Re: Triple Registered Dun Buckskin AQHA Mare   January 14th 2008, 1:29 am

If she doesnt have a dun parent, she's not a dun. If she doesnt have a parent with atleast one creme gene, she's not a buckskin.

However, on allbreed, her sire is listed as buckskin, and her dam a red dun... So if she did in fact recieve both the creme dilution and the dun modifier, she is what is called "dunskin" (Buckskin dun.). Registries do not yet recognize this, but it is the term for a black based dun with agouti and the creme gene.

If she does not have primitive markings (dorsal, leg barring, shoulder barring, or facial cobwebbing), she is not a dun... and she must have more than a dorsal to be considered a dun. If she does have the dun factor, but is more of a darker taffy color, she will more likely be simply a dun.

I do also believe your stud (if she was bred to him) is a cremello... so you wont be able to tell if she carries creme unless you hit the jackpot and got a cremello, perlino, or smokey black out of the mating.

Since you are selling her there is no point to test her... however that would be the only real way to test if she carries creme along with dun (provided she shows the dun factor to begin with).
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