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Dun by Colourize-Stock Dun by Colourize-Stock
Starting on the big quest to update these old things! So hre we go!

And as I've said before: Do not redistribute, do not post anywhere and do not in any way alter or adapt and reupload. This is not a free stock picture.


And as for stock providers, here's the list:

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CherriesNBerries Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013
added your artwork here: helsinki-warmblood.deviantart.…
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Faelin808 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah ha, I had never heard of the 'fake' dorsal stripes but that makes sense! My bay thoroughbred has a fake dorsal stripe :XD:
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SnowStorm-Stable Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
What about a Dunskin? Or is that just like the Bay Dun?
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Colourize-Stock Featured By Owner May 10, 2013
Dunskin is Buckskin + dun, so not the same as bay dun. I just didn't have room to include all the different combinations of Dun. Might add it later though!
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SnowStorm-Stable Featured By Owner May 10, 2013
Ah okay ^^ Just wanted to make sure
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SUGARandSPICE1 Featured By Owner May 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
how do you know a horse has the dun gene if white (Tovero) covers his feet and shoulders? I see the dorsal stripe and the true dorsal stripe but his legs and withers are covered by the Tovero gene.
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Colourize-Stock Featured By Owner May 8, 2013
The color of the body should be a slightly "muted" color if compared to non-dun horses of the same color. Of rather - it is oftenly slithly muted or a little diluted, but there are of course exceptions, and sometimes it's just a little difficult to see the difference. If you could see a very distinct true dorsal stripe and a little diluted coat, then it might be an indication of dun. The head is oftenly a little darker than the major part of the body, as well.
To fully know if it's a dun and it has a lot of white, a test might be the way to go though.
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SUGARandSPICE1 Featured By Owner May 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
what do you mean by test?...
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Colourize-Stock Featured By Owner May 8, 2013
A DNA test:) You take a hair sample and send to a lab, and they tell you if the horse is genetic dun or not:P
Most of the time it's possible to tell withou testing though.
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SUGARandSPICE1 Featured By Owner May 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
lol, I live in Georgia.
The vets don't know how to heal a horse's foot so they put it down! D'=
No DNA tests... I'll check his markings the next time I go ride!
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