Souris (parfois nommé « grullo » ou « grulla ») est, dans le domaine de l'hippologie, une couleur de robe rare du cheval. Le pelage est dans les tons gris. La crinière, la queue, le contour des oreilles et le bas des membres sont noirs. De plus, ces chevaux présentent généralement des marques primitives, raie de mulet, zébrures sur les membres et crins bicolores. La peau de ces chevaux est sombre, ils portent rarement des marques blanches.

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  • Souris (parfois nommé « grullo » ou « grulla ») est, dans le domaine de l'hippologie, une couleur de robe rare du cheval. Le pelage est dans les tons gris. La crinière, la queue, le contour des oreilles et le bas des membres sont noirs. De plus, ces chevaux présentent généralement des marques primitives, raie de mulet, zébrures sur les membres et crins bicolores. La peau de ces chevaux est sombre, ils portent rarement des marques blanches. La robe souris est due au gène dun, qui agit sur une robe de base noire. On trouve des chevaux souris principalement chez les races primitives, comme le Konik et le Sorraia.
  • Grullo is a color of horses in the dun family, characterized by tan-gray or mouse-colored hairs on the body, often with shoulder and dorsal stripes and black barring on the lower legs. In this coloration, each individual hair is mouse-colored, unlike a roan, which is composed of a mixture of dark and light hairs. The several shades of grullo are informally referred to with a variety of terms, including black dun, blue dun, slate grullo, silver grullo, silver dun, or lobo dun. In the Icelandic horse, the grullo color is called gray dun, in the Highland pony it is called mouse dun, and in the Norwegian Fjord horse, grå or gråblakk (literally, "gray dun").The word "grullo" originates from the Spanish word grulla, which refers to a slate-gray crane. Because of the origin of the name, some people will refer to a mare as a grulla and a stallion or gelding as a grullo, pronounced /ˈɡrjuːjə/ GREW-yə and /ˈɡrjuːjoʊ/ GREW-yoh, respectively. (The original Spanish noun is pronounced [ˈɡɾuʝa] in American Spanish and [ˈɡɾuʎa] in Peninsular Spanish.)In terms of equine coat color genetics, all of these shades are based on the dun gene acting as a dilution gene over the black gene. Because the grullo color is not due to the gray gene, a grullo horse remains the same basic color from birth, though some minor shade variation may occur from summer to winter coats. If a grullo also carries the gray gene, it will be born a mouse tan-gray shade, but then lighten and eventually develop a white hair coat with age. Because black is less common in general than bay or chestnut, grullo is likewise less common than red duns or bay (classic or zebra) duns. For example, only 0.7% of quarter horses registered each year with the AQHA are grullo. The most obvious ways to tell a grullo are not only the existence of gray or tan-gray body color, but also its primitive markings, which include some or all of the following: dark face, cobwebbing around the eyes and forehead, dark mottling on the body, leg barring (sometimes called tiger striping), dark ear tips and edging, dark ear barring, dark shadowing of the neck, dark dorsal and transverse striping, and dark mane and tail guard hairs.
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  • Souris (parfois nommé « grullo » ou « grulla ») est, dans le domaine de l'hippologie, une couleur de robe rare du cheval. Le pelage est dans les tons gris. La crinière, la queue, le contour des oreilles et le bas des membres sont noirs. De plus, ces chevaux présentent généralement des marques primitives, raie de mulet, zébrures sur les membres et crins bicolores. La peau de ces chevaux est sombre, ils portent rarement des marques blanches.
  • Grullo is a color of horses in the dun family, characterized by tan-gray or mouse-colored hairs on the body, often with shoulder and dorsal stripes and black barring on the lower legs. In this coloration, each individual hair is mouse-colored, unlike a roan, which is composed of a mixture of dark and light hairs. The several shades of grullo are informally referred to with a variety of terms, including black dun, blue dun, slate grullo, silver grullo, silver dun, or lobo dun.
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