"Chocolate Palomino Horses with a deep brown coat and white main & tail are some of the most striking horses you can find."
"Chocolate Palominos have a chestnut base coat genetically altered by a creme gene, resulting in their distinct color."
"The creme gene “dilutes” the chestnut base and creates a golden color that ranges from light gold to the dark “chocolate” of chocolate palominos."
"Palomino refers to a horse color genetic pattern characterized by a yellow or gold coat, usually accompanied by a light cream mane and tail."
"The easiest way to produce a chocolate palomino foal is to breed a chestnut horse with a palomino."