What Is a Buckskin Horse?

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A buckskin horse is a horse with golden, cream or tarnish body and has dark points. The horse is genetically bay with a solo cream gene. This type of horse is in popular in the American continent.
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1. Breeding for the buckskin color is no easy task. Buckskin is a rare and unusual color. What makes it even harder is that it can closely resemble a "dun" colored horse
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Buckskin is commonly misclassified as 'dun' A buckskin horse is a golden colour, with black points (mane/tails/legs/nose) It does NOT have a dorsel stripe, leg barring or cobwebbing
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