Explore Gene Heterozygous, Horse Mix and more!

Explore related topics

Sooty Gene | ... heterozygous for the "sooty" gene American Paint x Quarter Horse mix perlino

Sooty Gene | ... heterozygous for the "sooty" gene American Paint x Quarter Horse mix perlino

Perlino stallion quarter horse. A Buckskin is a "bay" with one creme gene and a Perlino is a "bay" with two creme genes. Like Cremillos, Perlinos have pink skin and blue eyes. Their hair coats are not literally white but are of a light creme color.

Perlino stallion quarter horse. A Buckskin is a "bay" with one creme gene and a Perlino is a "bay" with two creme genes. Like Cremillos, Perlinos have pink skin and blue eyes. Their hair coats are not literally white but are of a light creme color.

Photo: Courtesy of Cheryl Van Immerzeel  Quarter Horses must be one of 16 colours recognized by the AQHA. Grullo champagne stallion My Beau Vanzi of Colour V Ranch carries the rare, recently discovered champagne gene dilution.

Photo: Courtesy of Cheryl Van Immerzeel Quarter Horses must be one of 16 colours recognized by the AQHA. Grullo champagne stallion My Beau Vanzi of Colour V Ranch carries the rare, recently discovered champagne gene dilution.

Gold Champagne foal.  The champagne gene is a dominant gene that dilutes both red and black coat colors. "Gold Champagne" resembles palomino, "Amber Champagne" resembles Buckskin, classic Champagne resembles a grulla. However, in addition to coat color dilution, eyes are light-colored and skin is mottled or freckled.

Gold Champagne foal. The champagne gene is a dominant gene that dilutes both red and black coat colors. "Gold Champagne" resembles palomino, "Amber Champagne" resembles Buckskin, classic Champagne resembles a grulla. However, in addition to coat color dilution, eyes are light-colored and skin is mottled or freckled.

Pinterest
Search