Dun replicates the look of dun horses. In its simplest form it is just a stripe down the neck and back of the beast. Stripes on the withers and forehead are permitted, but optional.
Relevant to: Base
Value: Lighter or Darker
Can be white: No
Layering: Designer’s choice
Hides other genes: No
Quick Facts Guide
Stripes may be added on the forehead, the withers and the feet. However, to avoid them mimicing Striping they cannot be overly big!
Primitive Dun allows for a more extensive striping on the feet as well as small stripes along the back (be careful to not make them too long as they would mimic Striping!). Up to two small stripes on the ears and Unders like markings on the feet are possible. The example below shows the max height allowed for the feet markings.
Dun has no distinct max range, but it should not mimic any other markings
Dun must show at least a noticeable stripe on the back of the beast.