Originally Posted by lilkitty90
you know. I'm not entirely sure.
A black buckskin is genetically a black horse with the cream gene that produces a buckskin so therefore EE-aa-CrN
And smokey black is Black + 1 Cream gene so yes? Which would mean you got it right cloud?
That's what I always thought it was - another name for smoky black. Although it's kind of an unusual term, since it doesn't have anything to do with buckskin. Smoky blacks are aa, so it's impossible for them to produce bays or buckskins unless bred to an Aa or AA horse. I can see calling perlino "white buckskin" or "cream buckskin," since it actually IS buckskin with a second cream gene, but I don't get the black buckskin term at all : /