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    01-11-2013, 01:32 PM
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So im hoping for a black and white has anyone else ever bred a bay paing to a black and white and got a black and white?
Depending on the mare and stallion's color genetics, you may or may not get what you want.

If both carry only 1 copy of black, you have a 25% chance of a chestnut foal. If your mare carries 2 copies of agouti (restricts black and makes a horse brown or bay), you have 0% chance to get a black pinto. If at least one parent carries 2 black copies and your mare carries only 1 agouti, you have a 50% chance of a black pinto and a 50% chance of a bay pinto ;)

As a side note, recieving a pinto gene (tobiano, frame, splash and/or sabino) does not guarantee that it will be expressed on the body to qualify the foal as a pinto
     
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    01-11-2013, 01:51 PM
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Okay, here are some ladies who start foal watch in 2 more months


Dreamer has past the point where she sadly delivered a filly prematurely last spring. This foal will be registered purebred Arab and will be black :)


Magic has been letting her belly hang ever since she was bred. Her foal will be registered half Arabian and be either bay or black since her agouti status is unknown.


Daddy to both foals
     
    01-11-2013, 03:44 PM
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Originally Posted by SunnyDraco    
Okay, here are some ladies who start foal watch in 2 more months


Dreamer has past the point where she sadly delivered a filly prematurely last spring. This foal will be registered purebred Arab and will be black :)


Magic has been letting her belly hang ever since she was bred. Her foal will be registered half Arabian and be either bay or black since her agouti status is unknown.


Daddy to both foals

Wow!!!! ONE NICE LOOKIN" DADDY!!!!
He sure is one flashy boy!!!

Is he quarter horse cross????
     
    01-11-2013, 05:21 PM
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Strawberry, I'm pretty certain the daddy must be pure arab, as the first one's foal will be pure arab
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    01-11-2013, 11:56 PM
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Wow!!!! ONE NICE LOOKIN" DADDY!!!!
He sure is one flashy boy!!!

Is he quarter horse cross????
He is purebred Arabian, but has been mistaken in the past to be a breeding stock paint because of his mellow, laid back attitude. I had a lot of fun riding him over the summer, first experience riding a stallion and riding with mares as well.
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    01-12-2013, 12:25 AM
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Originally Posted by SunnyDraco    
Depending on the mare and stallion's color genetics, you may or may not get what you want.

If both carry only 1 copy of black, you have a 25% chance of a chestnut foal. If your mare carries 2 copies of agouti (restricts black and makes a horse brown or bay), you have 0% chance to get a black pinto. If at least one parent carries 2 black copies and your mare carries only 1 agouti, you have a 50% chance of a black pinto and a 50% chance of a bay pinto ;)

As a side note, recieving a pinto gene (tobiano, frame, splash and/or sabino) does not guarantee that it will be expressed on the body to qualify the foal as a pinto
Ive never had my mare tested but she could be homozygous . But yes I know there could be solid colored paints as well that don't show white. Im hopeing for a good chance since I got such a great colored filly the first time with a solid red dun stallion who has has multiple foals but no pintos tho one bay with a blue eye it looked wwird on a solid foal with only a start on its face as white. Have you ever seen anything like that?
     
    01-12-2013, 12:27 AM
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Sorry star on its forhead was the only whiye and maybe a little white on one foot.
     
    01-12-2013, 03:47 AM
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Ive never had my mare tested but she could be homozygous . But yes I know there could be solid colored paints as well that don't show white. Im hopeing for a good chance since I got such a great colored filly the first time with a solid red dun stallion who has has multiple foals but no pintos tho one bay with a blue eye it looked wwird on a solid foal with only a start on its face as white. Have you ever seen anything like that?
I have, a young mare with a heart shaped star and a blue eye. Her owner called her "Love" and was a registered breeding stock paint but I do not know what the registered name was.
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    01-18-2013, 04:20 PM
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Here is my bay solid QH mare also bred to a homozygous black and white PH stallion, hoping for a black and white, but certain I am going to get a bay and white . She is due 05.03.2013. (Day 237)

Her mother was a black QH mare and her father a sorrel QH, her half sister is a chestnut PH out of her black dam and a beautiful bay and white PH stallion. (I have 25% chance for chestnut/sorrel, then halves for black/white or bay/white)
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    01-18-2013, 06:20 PM
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Cool so we have about the same percent chance dependig on genetics. How many foals has your mare had. My mare is further and not quite but almost that big and has had one other foal
     

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