its New Future Premier Stallion
The Future Sire of Rainbow Walkers' Cremellos, Palominos and Buckskins
Smoky Black Stud Colt born June 17, 2001
Starz is shown here with his Dam, Supreme Golden Girl,
a deep Golden Palomino.
Starz changing colors. But as he matures, his coat will return to its "Smoky Black" which will have a blueish hue.
A little bit about the color "Smoky Black." Smoky Black is the result of the action of one creme gene on a solid (non-bay) black base. It is often mistaken for seal brown, fading black, "black chestnut" or dark (sooty) bay. Smoky Blacks are a single dilute horse born with blue eyes. Their coats have a sort of smoky blue hue. The Smoky Black, if bred to the correct colored mare, can produce the rare, sought-after blue-eyed Cremellos. For example, by breeding a Cremello to a Smoky Black, the offspring will be Palomino, Cremello, Perlino, Buckskin, or Smoky Black. Starz' Dam above is Supreme Golden Girl, a Golden Palomino; his sire, below, Chances Cream Ghost, is a Perlino Stallion, which is like a blue-eyed Cremello, but Perlinos have a rust colored mane and tail. Starz' Sire
Chances Cream Ghost,Perlino Stallion
You can see the rust colored mane and tail of Starz' Perlino Sire
Come watch our new boy grow . . .
and let him bring YOU to the Starz. . .!!!
Click here to see pictures of Starz at his new home - Rainbow Walkers