I love horse genetics and color theory. I know this probably looks like gobbledy gook to most people, lmao! Still, if you have a pair of horses you’ve bred or are breeding and you’d like to know what color foals they might make, I’d be delighted to help you out! What makes a horse a cream champagne? Read to find out more!
I learned a saying from my farrier here in France that went something like this: If you want a little stress in your life get a job, if you want more, then get a wife, but for the most possible stress? Get a horse.
Frosty is very attached to me, and sleeps in my room. He will go to sleep on my bed, but the moment he realizes I’m asleep, not dead, he’ll stand up and wait for me to turn on the lamp so that he can safely jump down. That, too, is part of the nightly routine.
Ziggy came to live with us at just a week old. He’s an adorable palomino gelding, inquisitive, intelligent and very friendly.
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This is how I draw horses, or just about. I’ve explained the process, and I’ll be demonstrating the coloring process in my next blog post, so please follow my blog, watch this space or add me on Twitter to get an update.