To me, I always thought a yellow dun was dun on a bay base.
I asked this in the thread on TO too, I'm genuinely curious.
Many shettie breeders seem to refer to the 'biscuit' colour of Lis' horse as 'cream dun'. What actually makes a cream dun then? As I said over there, I'm guessing it's 'cream dun' in the coloquial sense as it doesn't seem to literally mean cream (as in the dilute gene) + dun. Surely that would be dunalino, dunskin (or whatever you call black+ dun + cream- grulla + cream?).
So... Is 'cream dun' as in the biscuit-y colour, chestnut with flaxen + dun?
I must have no life as this as really been making me think!
Does Chev still come on here?
*Sorry to take over thread*