kramerk's Horse


Name
Oops I Dunnit Again
References
Dunalino Coloring in Quarter Horses Dunalino coloring is the result of a single dilution by the cream gene on the dun gene. This genotype produces a horse with the primitive markings found in the dun phenotype, dorsal stripe, leg barring, etc., but with the creamy colored coats and manes/tails more commonly seen on a palomino. White markings and blue eyes are acceptable as well. There are many stunning examples of dunalino coloring among registered Quarter Horses, notably the stallions Command Bux, Hollywood Dolby, and Major Hearts Desire. Sources: Link Link
Score
340
Make
Artist Resin
Breed
Quarter Horse
Size
1:9 Scale
Gender
Stallion
Color
Dunalino
Patterns
Solid
Owner
kramerk
Added
2021-03-06 11:03 local

Oops I Dunnit Again



Dunalino Quarter Horse stallion on the Rose Rose Reiner resin

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Entries

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Type Show Competition Total entries in class
Class (workmanship) Late April Blooms Show Solid 64
Class (halter) Ukraine Benefit Show Quarter Horse 17
Class (halter) Just another show Quarter horse 16
Class (halter) Late April Blooms Show All Horses 187

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