Dun Horses for Sale

If you are new to horses or looking for a truly wild horse, then dun horses are the one. Dun is not a breed but a color that makes horses different, and a classic dun hose must have a golden tan color with some black points. You can also find zebra-like stripes on their legs and a nice dorsal stripe-down pattern that creates a whole dilution. The look of a dun horse is all about royalness and clean crisp texture. The beautiful dun horse is a must, and you can find them here for sale.

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Foundation Bred Quarter Horse

This is Poco Lena Bar Chick, who has been shown at a county fair, state 4-H dressage show, and lots ...

Haflinger Fjord Pony

What an amazing little pony! She may be up there in age, but she does not act like it at all My daug...

Dun Appaloosa Filly

What an amazing little pony! She may be up there in age, but she does not act like it at all My daug...

Dun Mare

This is a nice horse. It has been used to run cattle in the feedlot and on the range. We have limite...

Dun Gelding

Zip is a gorgeous line back dun. He's 7 years old and fully grown, making him an exceptional trail h...

Gelding Dun Quarter Horse

Dakota is a lovely gelding that was born on the range. He has been shown in Western Pleasure, and Ve...

Pretty Dun Ranch Gelding

A nice, calm and friendly horse at the ranch. Lopes circles in the arena and crosses water easily, p...

Ranch Dun Quarter Horse Gelding

Willard is a beautiful and gentle horse. He’s been ridden by both men and women and he works f...

Quarter Horse Gelding Dun

Meet Cody, a trail-tested horse who will make a great addition to your family. Cody was handpicked b...

Typical Behavior and Characteristics of Dun Horse

 

As we know that Dun is not a breed but a color type that shares common features with the gene mutation. Thus the typical behavior and temperaments of duns will only depend upon the gene and how a dun quarter horse reacts. There are 4 varieties of dun horses like classic dun, red dun, grulla dun, and markings. 

 

A horse's temperature varies from 18 degrees Fahrenheit to 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The actual temperature depends upon the horse’s coat, breed, and its ability to resist warmth or cold atmosphere. 

 

Do Dun Horses Get Along with Your Other Pets?

 

Again the answer to this question depends upon the breed of the dun horse and if they are friendly with pets or not. But majorly, horses share good company with dogs and cats. Just in case your horse dislikes or gets angry in front of pets, it is suggested to keep both the pets away from each other. 

 

What Food to Feed?

 

It is very simple to decide about the type of food for your dun horse. Like humans, they do need proteins, water, minerals, nutrients, and vitamins. So regular intake of fats, carbohydrates, grass, and water can keep your horse happy and full. If the weather is cold, make sure you give warm water and keep offering hay, grass, and so.

 

How to Keep Your Dun Horse Healthy?

 

Horses need proper care and grooming. Apart from that, high-quality food is also very important to ensure the long life of your horse. Make sure you provide your horse with deworming vaccines and take them for regular vet checkups. Early detection of any disease or situation can help you take action quickly. Make sure to take special care of the teeth and hooves of your dun horse. You can even schedule a hoof care time weekly to remove all the dirt and substances stuck. Also, the horses need to be active, and thus you can take them for a ride or, if not, let them roam around to get enough sunlight and energy. 

 

This is the right place to get your dun horse for sale. The appearance is magical, and every pet needs your attention. So a little bit of taking care of your horse can keep them really happy.