Won't really know until the baby hits the ground. Then you can go backwards 11 months, find out who they were registered with at the time, and go from there. The horses seemed to have been shuffled about, and you really have no idea where she was when she was bred. If you are lucky, APHA may be willing to work with you considering the circumstances in which she was bred. I look forward to pictures of a gorgeous paint baby.
I would also guess that you will have a chestnut, black or bay baby. The stallion is obviously not homozygous black, but maybe he will throw it. I would be surprised if you got a different color :)
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