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> Photo's Of Se Dark Liver Chestnut's With Flaxen, Any SE"s with this coat color?
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post Mar 11 2011, 06:01 PM
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post Mar 11 2011, 07:56 PM
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post Mar 12 2011, 02:26 AM
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This is our very special boy... "Chaswyk Al Zayd" 2008 colt. (Asfour x Simeon Shakova (Prince Fa Moniet))

http://www.hollyfarmnz.com/alzayd/cazayd.shtml

This famed family is renown for their qualities as they are for their colour. His Grand Dam "Simeon Sukari" (Australian Champion Mare), Great Grand Dam "27 Ibn Galal 5" (inaugural Australian Champion Mare), and family member "Simeon Sehavi" (also Australian Champion Mare)

Enjoy, we love him every day... photo credit Sandie MacLean.

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post Mar 18 2011, 09:12 PM
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This is one of my liver chestnut girls with a firey mane and bird-catcher spots. She has a sister of the same dam line (Bint Rakia) who is also liver chestnut, but not like Nicole. I don't have any pics of Kia.
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post Mar 19 2011, 09:08 AM
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Rather thrilled with these pictures Sandie took of our "Anara". We believe the colour comes from her damlines which goes to Mona, Serenity Sonbolah and Bint El Bataa...?

http://www.hollyfarmnz.com/alzayd/anara.shtml
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post Mar 25 2011, 02:49 PM
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Kind of hard to tell here, but this is my liver Ruminaja Ali daughter and she's fairly flaxen...by the way, VanAlma, her dam is Bint Bint Rakia (Nagid x Bint Rakia) : )


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post Mar 25 2011, 04:56 PM
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This is Starmareekh, my prized look alike double El Mareekh grandson. He's definitely not a flaxen maned chestnut though, as his mane and tail are even darker than his body color. As a weanling and yearling I thought he migth even be black he was so dark. In the summer can even look bay if his body lightens from sun exposure. But his mane and tail always stay a dark black brown. He is problaby waht some term a liver black, meaning he has a color genotype of: gg ee aa. Had he not gotten Ee in his genotype, he'd problaby be black. It's a very beautiful color, and as he is aging he is also showing some of the nbeautiful dappling of his dark bay sire.


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post Mar 27 2011, 06:49 PM
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QUOTE (Rik Augustin @ Mar 25 2011, 05:56 PM) *
This is Starmareekh, my prized look alike double El Mareekh grandson. He's definitely not a flaxen maned chestnut though, as his mane and tail are even darker than his body color. As a weanling and yearling I thought he migth even be black he was so dark. In the summer can even look bay if his body lightens from sun exposure. But his mane and tail always stay a dark black brown. He is problaby waht some term a liver black, meaning he has a color genotype of: gg ee aa. Had he not gotten Ee in his genotype, he'd problaby be black. It's a very beautiful color, and as he is aging he is also showing some of the nbeautiful dappling of his dark bay sire.


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Hi Rik;
Absolutely beautiful, and that does seem to be the black bay that dominates throughout the El Mareekh line. Elixir produces it over and over and he also has dapples that I love.
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post Mar 28 2011, 09:07 PM
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QUOTE (Elixir @ Mar 27 2011, 11:49 AM) *
Hi Rik;
Absolutely beautiful, and that does seem to be the black bay that dominates throughout the El Mareekh line. Elixir produces it over and over and he also has dapples that I love.
Susan


Susan,

Starmar is a very rich beautiful color. You would think he was bay at times, but he is definitely a chestnut. A dark chocolate clone of his grandsire El Mareekh. Plus he has the super personality and The big fancy motion too, with great tail carriage. Every time I watch him showing off, it brings back wonderful memories of El Mareekh for me.
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post Mar 28 2011, 10:06 PM
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Love this topic!

Although I like all colours, chestnut is my favourite with lighter manes. But they change sometimes with age. Here they do
(maybe I will hightlight his manes, kidding).

Keep on posting.

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post Mar 29 2011, 12:03 AM
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Also,the Registry dropped the color-classification,Rik,of what your gorgeous Horse
fits the description-of (to a ''T''!)
So many years ago,they were recognized/Registered as.... a ''Brown''.
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Glad to see this,and your wonderful post on him.
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post Mar 29 2011, 09:50 AM
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We have a SE mare with this colour smile.gif

Amara Pasha (JK Nasser x Munifah DA by UP Mohamed Pasha)
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post Apr 5 2011, 12:50 PM
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QUOTE (mckulley1 @ Mar 11 2011, 01:03 PM) *
Here is a dark liver chestnut with flaxen mane and tail. Simeon Sedek son out of a Thee Desperado daughter.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-kchm7Ip0I


He is stunning and my Dream color, someday, someday.... I will have a Straight Egyptian mare or stallion with this coat color.
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post Apr 9 2011, 08:24 PM
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QUOTE (Windward @ Mar 25 2011, 08:49 AM) *
Kind of hard to tell here, but this is my liver Ruminaja Ali daughter and she's fairly flaxen...by the way, VanAlma, her dam is Bint Bint Rakia (Nagid x Bint Rakia) : )


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Oh wow, I wonder if that color is in the dam line? I'll have to get more pics of her so we can compare wink.gif Your mare looks to be a stunner. From what I've seen there are lots of liver chestnuts that share this dam line and a few are endurance horses to boot smile.gif
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