The buckskin, (or dun), is a colour that occurs in many breeds.In the American West, horses of the Buckskin, Dun, Red Dun and Grulla hues trace to the Mustang -- Spanish Barb descendants which originated in Spain as the Sorraia. Other Buckskins brought to this country can be traced to the Norwegian Dun, descendants of the nearly extinct Tarpan horses. The flourishing number of Buckskin horses found today are the strongest living descendants of the ancestral breeds. Along with a mixture of other bloods, Buckskins can be found in all breed types.
American Buckskin Association
ABRA is the oldest active Buckskin horse registry in existence: its goal is the promotion of the Buckskin horse. It collects and records the pedigrees of Buckskin, Dun, Red Dun and Grulla horses and ponies. Membership information, show schedules, colour requirements and club contacts.
Mid-America Buckskin Association of Indiana
Offering club news, calendar of events, Youth program, club links, and membership. Charter of the I.B.H.A.
Ohio State Buckskin Association
Charter club for buckskin, dun and grulla horse enthusiasts with newsletters, listing of shows and upcoming events, programs, membership, and links.
Oklahoma Buckskin Horse Association
Formed in 1980 to promote the Buckskin, Dun and Grulla horse. Offers membership and show schedule, awards, and member links.
Upper Midwest Buckskin Horse Association
Charter member of the International Buckskin Horse Association serving services southern and western Wisconsin, eastern Minnesota, northwest Illinois and northeast Iowa. Contains show calendar, contacts, registration form, show entry, and points standings.
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