Monthly Archives: February 2018

March Listing Special

Find My Horses Presents: March Listing Special   Do you give Riding Lessons or provide a Summer Camp for kids?  Do you find it hard to fill your spots?  Do you Advertise in local papers, Craigslist, or here on Facebook?  How far in advance to you start advertising for camp or lessons? When I had…
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Beautiful Buckskin Horses

Find My Horses Presents: Beautiful Buckskin Horses [caption id="attachment_7023" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Photo provided by Michelle Klatt[/caption] The different shades of beautiful buckskin horses can be seen here.  Buckskin horses read as (EE or Ee) and (AA or Aa) and (n CR) on DNA test results. Buckskin horses can come in many shades, and I want…
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What is a Smokey Black Horse

Find My Horses Presents: What is a Smokey Black Horse [caption id="attachment_6949" align="aligncenter" width="300"] photo provided by Arlene Clemence[/caption]   What is a Smokey Black Horse? A Smokey Black horse is a black based horse with one copy of the cream gene.   Smokey Black horses appear to be either a black with a mildly bleached-out…
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Learn about the Golden Palomino

Find My Horses Presents: Learn about the Golden Palomino [caption id="attachment_6937" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Photo provided by Lisa McLeod[/caption]   Let's learn about the golden palomino.  The Palomino is a red based horse with one copy of the cream gene.  The creme gene dilutes or fades the red base coat of the Chestnut horse to a…
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Beautiful Bay Horses

Find My Horses Presents: Beautiful Bay Horses [caption id="attachment_6979" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Photo provided by Susan Brooks[/caption] There are so many beautiful bay horses with their various shades of red to black.  Bay horses are bay due to the Agouti Gene with the black base coat of a horse.  The Agouti Gene pulls the black to the…
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All About Black Horses

Find My Horses Presents: All About Black Horses [caption id="attachment_6934" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Photo permission from Amy Toliver[/caption] Let's learn all about black horses.  Black is a relatively rare coat color.  Black horses can be mistaken for dark chestnuts and some dark bay horses.  Some say that real black horses do not have any white markings at…
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The Different Shades of Chestnut

Find My Horses Presents: The Different Shades of Chestnut The Different Shades of Chestnut can be seen here.  Chestnut horses read as (ee) on DNA test results and are one of the three base coat colors for horses. Chestnut horses can come in many shades, and I want to thank everyone that has sent in…
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Solid Coat Colors for Horses

Find My Horses Presents: Solid Coat Colors for Horses There are many different solid coat colors for horses.  Each color can have different shades that are lighter or darker.   Most horses have two distinct colors.  Their summer color and their winter color.  Also, some horses are born one color but change colors and change to…
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The American Horse Council has met with the DOT

Find My Horses Presents: The American Horse Council has met with the DOT This is a copy of the full article about The American Horse Council has met with the DOT with the link in case you choose to go see that article at the original site. AHC meets with DOT Posted on February 18,…
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Oakdale Equine Rescue is in the News

Find My Horses Presents: Oakdale Equine Rescue is in the News Oakdale Equine Rescue is listed here on Find My Horses.  This article was just recently written about them.   Please go to the listing on Find My Horses if you want more information about this rescue. DaNel Written By Teresa Hammond Staff Reporter for The…
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