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Lusitanos in Shades of Grey

This month Lusitano World brings you a “shades of grey” selection of amazing Lusitano horses. Although Lusitanos can be almost any color, the grey gene appears in a big part of the Luso population. Grey horses can be born any color, and lighten as they age. Gray is a dominant gene responsible for the gradual and progressive de-pigmentation (fading) of the carrying horse – this gene slowly removes pigment from the coat. Grey is considered the 'strongest' of all coat modifiers, and acts upon any base-color regardless of the carrying horse's phenotype. The fading process itself may last for years, but once hair is de-pigmented, the horse's original coloring will never return.

Have a look at our fabulous grey Lusitano Horses and don’t hesitate to contact us if you want to learn more about them.

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Striking Baroque Type

Absolutely gentle and sweet horse, very easy and comfortable under saddle. Suitable for amateur riders.
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Sportive Young Horse

Young stallion starting work under saddle with an exquisite grey color. Good potential for dressage.
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Talented Sport Horse

Rhythmical trot and a powerful canter, this young piro free horse is the ideal choice if you desire a talented dressage partner.
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Talented young stallion

1.62m young stallion with great and quite typical conformation. An eye-catching horse impossible not to fall in love.
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Rubi's Grandson

Remarkable bloodlines - combines baroque conformation with flashy gaits with a lot of knee action and uphill canter.
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1,74m Gentle Giant

Super nice horse, already under saddle with great balance in all three gaits. Very easy to ride this true "gentle giant".

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