No competition in the bidding ring from me. Grey or bay for me, no socks, no blue, no pink, no spots, no stripes. Husband and children can purchase whatever colour they like. ......Very close minded person here!!!
Haha I literally have brought only bays for 8 years . I don’t specifically go shopping for just bays but they find me 😂 .No whites on legs only one has a white star. This was until I end up with a relations big grey 😢 I forgot how hard they are to keep clean .
the only vague conscious thing i do when considering the horse to buy is that i would prefer it not to be the colour of the one have just sold or lost my previous ones went from ............black to bay to grey to bay to piebald..............but i honestly look at the whole package, although i have always wanted a rose grey when i was a kid until i found out the went grey........
Any excuse to get the pics out! Especially for AE, our lovely 13.2 connie by Templebready Fear Bui, I think you would have loved her. She could turn her hoof to anything except dressage but I think that was our lack of experience as rider was 7 when we bought her as a 5 year old. She excelled at polocrosse and went to the pc champs on a number of occasions.
Loving all these gorgeous neddy photos. My mum definitely picked ponies based partly on colour. Growing up we had...
A 11.2h blue roan Welsh sec A
A 12h strawberry roan Welsh sec B
A 14h red/ Bay roan Morgan x Welsh B
A buckskin/ roan 12.2h (unknown breeding) she really roaned out over the winter and went golden in the summer.
A buckskin 15h over height Connie
A 15.2h chocolate dun/ buckskin Connie x tb