"Four of A Kind" Horses, Giclée
24x20 Open Edition Giclée by Kathy Winkler
These four bay horses accidentally showed up at the watering tank at the same time. All four horses are different shades of bay. The interesting aspect on coat color is that the color is not always constant. Coat color ranges from light brown to dark red; a wide variety or different shades. A bay is classified as having a reddish coat with black mane, tail and points. Doubtful colors are normally decided by the color of the hair on the muzzle. That is the basic common denominator for physically identifying bay horses.