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post #1 of 90 Old 12-05-2012, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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Black/Overo breedings?

We are in search of a loud colored Black/Overo filly. NO blue eyes. Would anyone know of some very nice breedings that have been done and due this coming Spring 2013? (Conformation and disposition is a MUST). EXCELLENT PEDIGREE is a bonus.

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post #2 of 90 Old 12-05-2012, 04:51 PM
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Since your looking for a loud overo... which type of overo? And good luck finding one in utero. Your best bet is to buy a foal already on the ground. There is no way to predict how loud or subdued a horses white patterns may be.
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post #3 of 90 Old 12-05-2012, 04:54 PM
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Also, what breed? "Overos" are in many different breeds...
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Here is an ad in my area for 2013 foal crop.
APHA Black Overo Foals
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Here is an ad in my area for 2013 foal crop.
APHA Black Overo Foals
From that ad

"Smoke N Midnite Hawk - APHA Homozygous Black Overo Stallion"

Um...I hope they mean homozygous for splash or sabino. Otherwise that horse wouldn't be alive.

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post #6 of 90 Old 12-05-2012, 05:33 PM
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it's for black not overo maybe they should add a comma
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post #7 of 90 Old 12-06-2012, 02:54 PM
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I wonder why most of the foals are wet in the pictures? To make the black more black perhaps? Love the color and chunkyness of all the foals!
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I wonder why most of the foals are wet in the pictures? To make the black more black perhaps? Love the color and chunkyness of all the foals!
Looks to me that they washed or at least hosed them off for pictures. Took the pictures before they were dry because they were in a rush to get lots more foals cleaned up or had other things to do. Whatever the reason, I am glad that they took the time to make their foals more appealing in pictures by cleaning off all the dirt and muck they may have been collecting
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Why no blue eyes???
Just curious
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post #10 of 90 Old 12-07-2012, 12:14 PM Thread Starter
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Why no blue eyes???
Just curious
I'm new to the paint breed, but its what my daughter wants. I have been told that the pigment around most blue eyes will be white with a hint of pink. And with that comes the very big chance of sun burn and really dry/cracking skin around the eyes.

If this is an incorrect statement, please give us some more insight.

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