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Lucky-C-Acres-Minis

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This is our Buster, not sure what shade I would consider him as his legs, mane and tail are not the typical black like a 'standard' buckskin..



Then we have our little Misty, I'd call her a pale/cream buckskin as she is very light



And then there's Trixie, our silver buckskin (sired by the stallion above)



And here are two foals we raised (sired by the above stallion and these two are full brother/sister)

First is Savannah, now she's what I would consider a "standard" buckskin, golden coat with the dark black points/mane/tail..



And then Tucker, now this guy I would call typical buckskin or on the verge of 'sooty' as he had the 'burnt' gold look:

 

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My plain buckskin (QHish)





My silver buckskin filly (I need to take photos now that her summer coat is all grown in, her body is much more golden and full of dapples, just beautiful!)





And my silver buckskin dun mare, in some of her many different shades..















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Here are the color-types of Buckskins that we own and can share with you


Whinny For Me's Big City Cover Girl and Cross Countrys Brass Monkey, two current year foals of mine who look like they will be "classic" buckskin in color. See their black points and uniform golden body color





Wee Equine Acres Dun Sweet, a silver buckskin broodmare with dun factor, and Harrells Flirting with Perfection, a silver buckskin show filly. See their different body colors, one dappled, one not, and thier muted color points





Triple H Buckin Khaki, a smutty buckskin broodmare. See her tan body with darker undertones and her naturally black points




 

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