The body is black with reddish muzzle and flanks.
All "brown" horses are either genetically bay if they carry the "E" gene and genetically chestnut if they do not. Absent DNA testing, this is usually determined by looking closely at the mane, tail and legs for the presence of black points. See also Bay
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