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Champagne plus Dun

When a horse has Champagne gene plus Dun in its genes,
the result is a beautifully diluted color with striking dun markings...usually*.

*The appearance of horses with these genetics can vary,
based on things like "shade" and "sootiness",
the genetic or environmental mechanics of which
are not known at this time.


On Black: Black + Champagne + Dun = Classic dun (or Classic grulla)

Collages of Diamond and Angel, courtesy of Tara Novotny, Rising Moon Ranch, tested E_, aa, no Cr.

 

      

 


On Red: Chestnut (red) + Champagne + Dun = Gold Dun

Photos of "Raquel", courtesy of Tara Novotny, Rising Moon Ranch

 

 

Another Gold dun: Skips Golden Rush ("Skip")  (deceased) Pedigree
The late Skip's Golden Rush was an AQHA registered gold champagne dun stallion, an own son of the famed My Skip Vanzi, who is also a gold dun.

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On Bay:  Bay + Champagne + Dun = Amber dun

Collage of "Dreamer" courtesy of Tara Novotny, Rising Moon Ranch

 

 

Two more amber duns; click on the thumbnail pictures below to see full size.

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Chiped in Dun; an AQHA gelding, he's a My Skip Vanzi grandson. 

His color and PEDIGREE mean his "palomino" dam is really a Gold dun.

 

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Redun Two the Limit; Amber dun AQHA mare/filly

Owned by Douglas Frisch of Wisconsin; ICHR #0129; PEDIGREE

 


On Brown:  Brown + Champagne + Dun = Sable dun

Pics & collage of "Gracie" courtesy of Tara NovotnyRising Moon Ranch

Graceful N Diamons: 7/25/09
 



The Champagne Cream Duns: 
Base Color + Champagne + Dun + Cream


When a cream gene is added to a champagne dun,
or a dun gene is added to a champagne cream,
these are some of the possible results.


On Bay:  Bay + Champagne + Dun + Cream = Amber cream dun

DNA tested:  EE Aa Crcr Chch Dd
Photos and test results courtesy of Tara NovotnyRising Moon Ranch


 On Brown:  Brown + Champagne + Dun + Cream = Sable cream dun

Sierra Hesa Chief,  ICHR #0534 Quarter horse colt, owned by Rick Stockhill, Michigan;  PEDIGREE

 

 


 On Red: Chestnut (red) + Champagne + Dun + Cream = Gold cream dun

The Gold cream dun LR In The Spotlight basically is a white horse with pink skin, very little freckling.
ICHR #0084, LR In The Spotlight, American Quarter Horse stallion. Susan Rodgers, Georgia: PEDIGREE

 

 

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