Buckskin Description & Photo Examples

The Buckskin is a dilute colour with the body colour varying in shade from Cremello to Bay or Brown. Points (mane, tail and legs) can be dark brown or black. Buckskin is a self-colour and is free of any smuttiness. A Buckskin with dappling on the body colour is acceptable for Registration. Guard hairs grow through the body coat and over the base of the mane and tail. Guard hairs streaked through the mane and/or tail. Buckskins fall into the following categories:
Creamy with black points - Champagne - Golden - Burnt - Brown - Black and Standard.  Buckskins may be shown plaited, except in Mane and Tail classes and at the NZGHS National Show.



The use of colour enhancements and dyes are not permitted.