A brown horse has a mixture of black and brown in his coat. In Europe, a "bay" is considered to be a brown horse.
A bay horse can be any shade of brown (which is a mixture of red and yellow), with points such as tail, mane, muzzle and lower legs being black. The brown can range from a light, almost tan or chestnut to a dark, seal color.
A black horse is completely black, including muzzle and flanks. Most horses that look black are actually a very dark bay.
A chestnut horse has brown skin and the hairs are actually red. The shades vary from a light yellowy color to dark liver. The mane and tail are usually the same color as the body but can be lighter. The lighter coloring is called flaxen. Lighter colored horses are called sorrel; very dark chestnut is called "liver chestnut".
A truly white horse is born white and remains white. His hair is snowy; he has pink skin and blue eyes. Cream horses are a variation, also having unpigmented skin and pink or blue eyes, with a pale colored coat. Most "white horses" are actually light gray.
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Demenstprechend würde ich übersetzen:
- chestnut - Fuchs
- bay - Braun(er)
- (dark?) brown - Schwarzbraun(er) (das gibt es auch in deutschen Papieren, meine Stute ist dort auch "schwarzbraun")