Buckskin Horse

Buckskin refers to a coat color similar to the color of tanned deer hide, occurring due to the presence of cream dilution gene in a bay horse. There are several buckskin variations, including silver dapple and sooty. These horses have a gold or tan coat with a black tail, mane, and lower legs. Buckskins are believed to have superior endurance, overall strength, and determination than other horses.

Buckskin Horse

Buckskin horses are popular around the world, having appeared in several western TV shows and movies, including the 2002-animated film “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron”. The American Buckskin Registry Association, established in 1963, and the International Buckskin Horse Association, founded in 1971, register, promote, and preserve the pedigree of Buckskin horses.

Horse Breeds That Can Have Buckskin Coat Color

  • Campolina Horse
  • Appendix Quarter Horse
  • Criollo Horse
  • Zweibrucker
  • Spanish Mustang
  • Georgian Grande Horse
  • Quarab Horse
  • Missouri Fox Trotter
  • Nordlandshest / Lyngshest Horse
  • Andalusian Horse
  • Nez Perce
  • Welara Pony
  • Curly Horse
  • Baixadeiro Horse
  • Karabakh Horse
  • Blazer Horse
  • Pryor Mountain Mustang
  • Australian Pony
  • Hanoverian Horse
  • Irish Draught Horse
  • Australian Stock Horse
  • German Riding Pony
  • Swiss Warmblood
  • Akhal Teke Horse
  • Andravida Horse
  • North American Single-Footing Horse
  • Azerbaijan Horse
  • Tennessee Walking Horse
  • Sandalwood Pony
  • Spanish Jennet Horse
  • Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse
  • Deliboz Horse
  • Mangalarga Marchador Horse
  • Morab Horse
  • Appaloosa Horse
  • Gotland Pony
  • Galician Horse
  • Mustang Horse

Buckskin Horse Pictures