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We've had a couple like that. I love it! Unfortunately the striping doesn't usually stay quite so sharp when they're older. Both colors eventually go more toward gray. We sold a buckling a few years back that had one pink horn and one black, and I wish his owners would wash them sometime because those horns are magnificent, but they're so dirty you can't really tell at a glance that the pink one isn't gray like the other.

Baby Crockett:
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Big boy Crockett--He was 3 years old in these photos:
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We've had a couple like that. I love it! Unfortunately the striping doesn't usually stay quite so sharp when they're older. Both colors eventually go more toward gray. We sold a buckling a few years back that had one pink horn and one black, and I wish his owners would wash them sometime because those horns are magnificent, but they're so dirty you can't really tell at a glance that the pink one isn't gray like the other.

Baby Crockett: View attachment 193813
Big boy Crockett--He was 3 years old in these photos:
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:eek:mg: Those are some horns.
 

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Technically he would be a belted cou blanc, but the white is so extensive it makes him look piebald. He was a CUTE baby!
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(I'm afraid I may have derailed this thread!)
 
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