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Reckless Dan, a Grey Brindle Quarter Horse.  Brindle is what is called a ‘chimeric’ gene. Chimeric genes occur when a mare is pregnant with two non-identical twins, but the two embryos become ‘fused’ into one. What you actually have is two coat colors from two different horses all mixed up. This means chimeric genes, including brindles, are almost totally random and it is almost impossible to breed for it. Geneticists are still trying to figure out the truth behind the brindle gene.

This is 'Reckless Dan,' an unusual grey brindle Quarter Horse. - photo by Sorrel, via whitehorseproductions; Brindle is an unusual pattern of dark, vertical lines on a lighter-colored coat.

Equestrian Problem #49 Maybe not for us, the passionate ones, but for the ones that deal with us every day haha ;)

Equestrian Problem The excited feeling you have everytime you see a horse. no matter where you are.

Day 78.  Totoro's booty building tip #1:  Ice cream for breakfast.

Day Totoro’s Booty Building Tip Ice cream for breakfast

Taya's Wish--Photographed by Ernie Fischhofer

"All horses deserve, at least once in their lives, to be loved by little girls.the horses love us all the same.

Can I have his horse?

these 20 horses have better hair than you ✋ admit it! these beachy waves and long strands must be a chore, but they sure are lookers 😍

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Found a picture of a buckskin and a bay -- my two favorites. I think I like the bays more though

White Horses Coming Out Of The Surf

WHITE HORSES ARE GORGE TOO. This is an absolutely beautiful pic of white horses galloping through the ocean. It looks like something from Lord of the Rings.

Foal

American Paint Horse western quarter paint horse paint pinto horse Gypsy Vanner Indian pony solid tovero overo frame sabino tobiano rabicano I love this face marking!

Mare and foal by aqhjournal*

Quarter Horse mare Electric Evangelena and her first foal - 'Mother's True Love' by Kelly Cogburn

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