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    04-24-2009, 03:50 PM
OOOOOOOO Ashley, I think I might be inlove! He can still throw a red baby if he is Ee, so he isn't homo black (EE). Keep me posted on what you decide to do with him. If you do start breeding how soon do you think you'll do it? Next year?

Val thanks for the help! Yeah, we are a bit far away - but the horsies are safe and sound in their pastures in the states LOL I miss them though :(
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    04-24-2009, 04:06 PM
I did a nasty in some peoples eyes and let him cover my homozygous blk/wh mare this year.(He's got very a very good foundation of ground training already) due to my size I won't get on a horse before they're 3.He'll be shown in hand at some local shows as well as a paint show this year and will be going to the trainers most likely this fall.He doesn't have the great bulk as most halter horses do,But that isn't what i'm working towards. Most people that have viewed him believe He is most suited for english,though if that's the case I'll have someone else show him (_l_) doesn't look good in lycra lol.I'll see where he's at in his training,what I get in the spring,as well as the outside interest but will most likely stand to a few outside mares next spring.He did very well on his first live in hand cover.Was extreamly well manored,and quite the romantic,she was eating out of the sole of his hoof.Guess I'll need to look into phantom training as well if I keep him a stallion,there seems to be interest in the USA.
    04-24-2009, 04:14 PM
Ohhhhhhh I didn't notice you were in Canada Aye! HAHAHA sorry I couldn't resist, dontcha know.
Ok I'm done! Well if you think you would get into shipping semen then I would definitely get some from you. I can take my girl(s) way up there in the cold! Lol I think in my profile thingy it has an email link (I chose accept emails), so when you get some more info let me know :)
    04-24-2009, 06:59 PM
A homozygous overo is the Lethal White Overo which is why you cannot find any they do not survive. Weefoal knows a lot about the color genetics she can give you more information on the types of Overo patterns etc.

This is an informative website discussing the Overo pattern in general not the different types so much.
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    04-24-2009, 10:12 PM
I think she's looking for homozygous blk not homozygous overo
    04-24-2009, 11:08 PM
I believe you are right Ashley I posted after I read the first post about looking for a homozygous black overo.
    04-24-2009, 11:44 PM
Yeah, I would be traumatized forever if I got an unhealthy baby. All that waiting and anxiety just to get your heart broken. That would be too much for me.
    04-25-2009, 08:58 AM
I got just one response from local forum. May be you've seen this one already, but... :)

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    04-25-2009, 01:31 PM
I did see him on some stud sites. He is very pretty, but there was something that turned me away from him. Now looking at the site, I can't remember what it was...

You're awesome Val! Thanks!
    04-25-2009, 01:35 PM
I see it now... he threw some red babies and he doesn't seem to throw much color.

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