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Silver bays? I think Rodeo is going to be a silver bay, his hocks are shedding out dark brown and I think the legs will be too (YAY) Can I see some Silver Bays?
 

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Here is McSperitts Tennessee Promise. She is registered as a Red Dun, but there is no doubt in my mind that she is actually a Sliver Bay (absolutely no dorsal, barring, or cobwebing).

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And here is her foal from this year, Songcatchers Mona Lisa, who I am sure is also a Silver Bay Pinto. The small amount of color she has in her mane and tail has a greyish cast to it. (She actually looks much reder than this picture shows)

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This is 3C Skip A Brooke at 3 days old, unclipped:

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And this is Brooke clipped:

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Woodstock North 3 Doors Down, my absolute favorite on our show string. He is more red before I clip off all of his color

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This is my two year old show filly Cay-Lee's Celebrianna.
 

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This is one of our herd sires, Thousand Oaks Sirs Lancelot. He is a National Champion and is a son of Cross Country Call Me Sir and grandson of Lazy N Red Boy whom he resembles.

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This is my stallion Sunshinemeadows Wild Intrigue. He was the first foal born at our farm.

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They are all very nice!

This is Lex, a yearling. Not sure why, but he sheds out so nice, much better than the others.

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Here is my show gelding, Tibbs Sundowner / Sunny (THANK YOU, ERICA!!!). He is a classic silver bay:

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And my show / driving mare, Harmony Hills Harvest Gold / Goldie (THANK YOU, KIM). She is a LIGHT silver bay DUN -- many would mistakenly (sp?) call her a palomino or a dunalino:

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PS Sunny's dam is almost identical in color to Goldie, minus the dun factor.
 

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This is my mare, "Lucky Four Steppins Shiner" pictured in foal a few weeks ago.

Below is her new colt, who is also a silver bay.

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Here's my little Merry Beth !!!!! I love her to pieces !!!!!
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Very pretty! I love them all
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Silver bay is such a pretty color - kinda close to golden palomino - maybe thats why I love them so much!
 

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