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Dun Horses - The dun color occurs in several animal species. It is caused by a dilution gene that acts on the base coat color of the

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The dun color occurs in several animal species. It is caused by a dilution gene that acts on the base coat color of the animal’s coat. Horses with this gene are a gray gold or tan color, depending on the base color of the coat, with a dark stripe down their back and a darker mane and tail.

 

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