It really is a crap shoot at this point, I guess. The stallion is a bay tobiano, but has never been tested. He has three foals on the ground that I know of. All have been paints, but two have been sorrel paints and the third is a bay paint (son in law has that one - he bought the stallion, a mare and the colt at the same time.)
Mare has had three other foals from what I understand. Two were buckskin duns (how that happened, I have no idea) and one was a grulla, just like her. However, I don't know anything about the sire of those foals.
I don't think I'm going to spend the $$ to get her tested, because I'm not planning on breeding her again. She's just a grade mare and her conformation isn't too hot. She's not nearly as jugheaded as she appears in my avatar, but I don't think people should breed horses "just because."
Besides, I've worked too hard losing enough weight to finally ride again. I'm still going to have to wait a few more months before I can ride her, and I don't want to lose any more riding time than I have to. I'm no spring chicken!
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