12-22-2007, 02:13 PM
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LOL. I'm sorry, but without knowing the genes the stallion carries, I can honestly say you could get almost ANYTHING. The only things you could never get out of your mare are those which require homozygosity (except chestnut, which she has, obvs) - cremello, smoky cream and perlino are impossible. Anything else is easily likely, depending on the stallion.
EDIT: Sorry, missed the part where you said stallion was black, even though I looked for it! Not too bright sometimes...
Yeah...IF the stallion is heterozygous, you could easily get black or chestnut. Depending on whether your mare carries agouti, you could also get bay - a definite if she is homozygous, a maybe if not, and she might not carry agouti at all - the only way to tell is with a test.
If the stallion is homozygous black, there is no chance of a chestnut.
There's also a slight possibility that either of them carries a paint gene. Both sabino and frame are easily hidden in minimal white markings (splash and tobiano can be too, but it is less likely) and CAN express much more loudly when passed on - I don't think it's fully understood how this works.