Explore Caramel, Pearls, and more!

Oro Mafioso, Andalusian with a pearl gene. (Pearl on bay?) I'm amazed at how much it resembles champagne.

Andalusian horse His name is Oro Mafioso, but all call him Caramel "Some have sired or birthed "Pearl" dilutes by a seemingly base-colored (chestnut, bl.

Te Quiero, Lusitano cross  (one cream, one pearl on black)

Te Quiero, Lusitano cross (one cream, one pearl on black)

Pearl: Homozygous Pearl Iberian horse: prlprl.  Pearl is a recessive gene, unlike most other color genes.  PRLPRL gives us no pearl.  PRLprl is heterozygous pearl: no effect, possible lightening of red, but paired with one copy of the cream gene it gives us a pseudo-double dilute.  prlprl with nothing else gives us homozygous pearl, and turns red "apricot" and black horses look similar to amber champagnes.  Their eyes are amber or green, and their skin is a pale pinkish-grey.

Sounds like a fancy dinner with a rich man! But Champagne and Pearl are 2 different genes that cause similar color changes.

Classic Champagne

All Tennessee Walking Horse Breed for Color Champagne Lookout at Stud Smooth Naturally Gaited Tennessee Walking Horses

A Georgian Grande, the result of crossing a Friesian with a Saddlebred. This one is classic champagne, or black with a champagne gene (which came from the Saddlebred side). Pretty cool-looking horse, and I bet she's an awesome ride!

A classic champagne Georgian Grande. Georgian Grande Horse is a new horse breed…

Cream plus Pearl Andalusian

Aztec Perla de Oro, PRE (Andalusian) filly with a cream and a pearl gene. My girls breeders very rare filly

Sabino Thoroughbred

Bay Thoroughbred with gulastra plume. Gulastra plume, also called silvertail, is an apparently random silver/partial silver tail, most commonly seen on bay horses. It is thought to be connected to the sabino complex but the genetics are not yet known.

double dilute champagne. double pearl dorat/alat (slican gold champagne)

double dilute champagne. double pearl dorat/alat (slican gold champagne)

Palomino Stallion - great Grandson of Agente http://www.schlossamerang.de/

Palomino Stallion - great Grandson of Agente http://www.schlossamerang.de/

Light champagne

Interesting genetic fact shared from Judge My Ride, "When two copies of the cream gene appear on a bay base coat, Perlino is the result. Cremello is caused by the presence of two cream genes on a chestnut base coat.

Champagne

CJ is indeed a Classic Dun Champagne, also called a Grullo Champagne, no cream gene involved

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