In these bay horse pictures you will see a coat coloring that is common in the equine world. This coloring is expressed as varying shades of brown with a black mane, tail, points, and legs.
Like the other pictures, this bay gelding is yet another breed. He is an older Arabian. Notice that they can still have white facial markings and socks on the legs. The points above the leg markings are still black.
This bay horse running is a wonderful sight. You can see his dark mane and tail flowing in the wind. You can also see his ebony legs.
The colorings found in these pictures are actually the most basic dilution gene on a black base coat color. It causes the body hair to turn brown while keeping the mane, tail, points and legs black.
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