Join Date: May 2009
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Yeah, sorry westonsma, but that's completely inaccurate. A horse requires at least one parent to be grey to be grey, but grey X grey has absolutely no requirement of a colored foal. Lippizaners are almost exclusively grey, so how do they keep producing greys if grey X grey means a colored foal? Breeding two greys actually increases your chances of a grey foal. Regardless of the color and homozygosity of the actual colors, you have about a 70% chance of getting a grey foal when you breed two heterozygous greys together. That chance drops to roughly 43% with one heterozygous grey parent. Obviously that increases to 100% if either parent is homozygous grey.
I agree with everyone else, she's going to grey out.
I hope God tells her to smash her computer with a sledgehammer.