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  • Inside, a figure sat atop an enormous bay-colored horse.

    Kings of Colorado

  • Inside, a figure sat atop an enormous bay-colored horse.

    Kings of Colorado

  • We followed him to the barn, where two horses waited in stalls, one a huge bay-colored gelding, the other a much smaller and older gray mare.

    Wicked Will

  • We followed him to the barn, where two horses waited in stalls, one a huge bay-colored gelding, the other a much smaller and older gray mare.

    Wicked Will

  • She stood with Pylon's reins in one hand, and mur-mured to him when the rosillo looked up and nickered a greeting to the big bay-colored gelding coming down the hill.

    Wizard and Glass

  • ÂDôM and ÂDOM signifies red, ruddy, bay-colored, as of a horse, the color of a red heifer.

    Atlantis : the antediluvian world

  • The bay-colored son of Arch broke his maiden as a 2-year-old with a powerful stretch drive at Keeneland in October 2008.

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  • As the hawk banked in flight, we noticed its warm bay-colored shoulders against a dark steel-gray back and upper wing surface.

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  • In that case, three out of the four foals survived, he said, holding Spring's halter so the bay-colored filly could nurse.

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  • The first horse to arrive this year was Baylee, a bay-colored filly by Queens Reign, born Feb. 12.

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