Sorrel is an alternative word for one of the most common equine coat colors in
horses. While the term is usually used to refer to a copper-red shade of chestnut,
Dec 18, 2013 ... A sorrel horse is one that has a completely red base color and the possibility of
white markings, while a chestnut horse is a much darker, ...
Sorrel and chestnut both generally refer to the same color, a reddish coat with ...
color on the horse- -two or fewer being a chestnut and three or more a sorrel.
Jan 20, 2012 ... I was wondering if someone could explain in some detail the difference between
a sorrel and a chestnut. I always kinda thought a chestnut was ...
EquineNow listing of sorrel horses for sale. ... Sydney is a beautiful, very graceful,
Tennessee walking horse that is just so elegant going along. He is a 6 year old ...
Sep 12, 2014 ... For the most basic colors – such as sorrel or chestnut, bay, palomino or black –
it's ... Gray horses carry a dominant gene for their coat color that ...
Oct 19, 2009 ... Best Answer: If your horse is a Thoroughbred, there is no difference. The Jockey
Club doesn't recognize the existance of the color "sorrel," all ...
"Little Sorrel," admired by fans of Stonewall Jackson, a former VMI professor.
Horse stands near the raincoat Stonewall wore when he was mortally wounded.
Sorrel is a light shade of chestnut. Some light chestnut horses may look palomino
if they also have a flaxen mane and tail. Haflinger ponies, for example, are ...
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