NdAppy - Just to let you know, I read your response as "You are stupid". T
I have a basic understanding of genetics but hold no degrees in science or biology.
This is a qoute from the below site:
For horse breeders, identification of carriers is critical for the selection of mating pairs. Breedings of carrier horses have a 25% chance of producing an affected foal. Breedings between normal and carrier horses will not produce a HERDA foal although 50% of the foals are expected to be carriers. Horse HERDA
This website below is the one that has me confused. It states that a carrier and a non carrier will give you 50% carrier, 25% afflicted, and 25% clean. The way they broke it out it appears that the 25 percent afflicted is in it's own group. Does that mean they are afflicted but not carriers?
Of course this site may be a bad reference because it shows if you take a carrier and breed it to a non-carrier then you get 100% carriers but that's not true. http://ckmobileequine.ca/articles.html